Kent sector hails tax cuts saving the county millions but will it be enough?

A cheaper coffee, discounted lunch or even savings on your trip to Kent's popular attractions - some of you have been reaping the benefits of the government's £4billion slash to VAT. Although some firms admit they can't pass on the savings to customers it's hoped to revive the county's struggling tourism and hospitality sector. But business leaders say the cuts may not fill the multi-million pound shortfall the pandemic's left behind.

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