British holidaymakers who travel to the US will feel the pinch after the value of the pound plunged


British holidaymakers who travel to the US will feel the pinch this summer after the value of the pound plunged to its lowest non-pandemic level in nearly four decades

  • Sterling has dropped below $1.20 this month – 14 per cent lower than a year ago
  • Slump marks the lowest level, barring the drop during the pandemic, since 1985
  • It means things such as meals out and tourist attractions will be more expensive 



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