An early Easter often means lower temperatures – and a poor outlook for tourism

Easter comes early this year, thanks to the byzantine way the early church decided on its due date. For the hard-pressed British tourist industry, this is not good news. When Easter comes early, so received wisdom suggests, people stay at home, or fly abroad; only when it comes late, in mid or even towards the end of April, do they head to the British countryside, beaches and other outdoor attractions.

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