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Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: A group of tourists in front of the City Chambers where the council will be voting on imposing the £2 tourist tax

Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: A group of tourists in front of the City Chambers where the council will be voting on imposing the £2 tourist tax

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Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: A group of tourists in front of the City Chambers where the council will be voting on imposing the £2 tourist tax

Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: A group of tourists in front of the City Chambers where the council will be voting on imposing the £2 tourist tax

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Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: A group of tourists in front of the City Chambers where the council will be voting on imposing the £2 tourist tax

Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: A group of tourists in front of the City Chambers where the council will be voting on imposing the £2 tourist tax

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Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: The City Chambers where the council will vote on the Tourist tax proposals

Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: The City Chambers where the council will vote on the Tourist tax proposals

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Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: The City Chambers where the council will vote on the Tourist tax proposals

Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: The City Chambers where the council will vote on the Tourist tax proposals

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Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile

Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile

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Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile

Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile

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Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile

Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile

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Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: A group of tourists on a walk outside the City Chambers where the Tourist Tax proposals are being voted on

Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: A group of tourists on a walk outside the City Chambers where the Tourist Tax proposals are being voted on

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Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile below a statue of the free-market economist, Adam Smith

Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile below a statue of the free-market economist, Adam Smith

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Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile

Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile

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Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile

Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile

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Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile

Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile

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Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile

Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile

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Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile under a statue of free-market economist, Adam Smith

Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile under a statue of free-market economist, Adam Smith

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Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile under a statue of free-market economist, Adam Smith

Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile under a statue of free-market economist, Adam Smith

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Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile under a statue of free-market economist, Adam Smith

Councillors in Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, vote on proposals to introduce a tourist tax of £2 per person, per night. The proposals, if approved, will also need legislative change by the Scottish Government which was signalled in the recent Budget. Pictured: One of the many Free Tours sellers on Edinburgh's Royal Mile under a statue of free-market economist, Adam Smith