Put a question to the new tourism minister Barbara Follett

12 January 2009 by
Put a question to the new tourism minister Barbara Follett

New tourism minister Barbara Follett is to be interviewed by Caterersearch, and we are inviting comment from you.

If you have a question for Follett, then please feel free to enter it in the comment space below.

It could be to do with the amount of money allocated to the tourism industry. Perhaps you feel that it could be better directed, or that insufficient is given over to promoting Britain abroad.

Perhaps you would like to ask her exactly how much time will be devoted to tourism, as opposed to other aspects of her role - culture and the creative industries - for which she is also a minister.

Or you may have reservations about whether the most will be made of the Olympics in 2012.

In summary, we'd like you send us questions, however wide-ranging, sycophantic or critical, and we'll put them to Follett. This is your chance to have a say - so make the most of it.

Please post your question on Kitchen Rat>>

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