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Mary Wakefield

Vampire squids are killing Britain’s B&Bs

18 January 2020

9:00 AM

18 January 2020

9:00 AM

More and more of us are staying home for our holidays — but even so, our small hotels and B&Bs are folding at a scary rate. UK hotel insolvencies are up 60 per cent, it was reported last week. Why? Competition bites, said the papers, blaming Airbnb. But there’s another biter, too — more sinister for seeming more helpful.

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