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UK household spending on recreation and culture and hotels and restaurants continues to decline

The average household spent £68.30 per week on recreation and culture in 2006 and in 2011 £63.90, that is a decline of 6.9%

Spending on hotels and restaurants declined by 11%

The average British household spent £483.60 per week in 2011 down £49.40 since 2006, average household disposable income fell by £25 – we are, on average, getting poorer

There is no disaggregated data for tourism, all figures based on 2011 prices.

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