Rudiger Wohlers
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German tour operator: 'We need signals we are still welcome'

Britain's vote to leave the EU hasn't changed the right of foreigners to come here on holiday, but it is causing worries in the tourist industry. Will Europeans see the leave vote as a sign that Britons are hostile towards them?

Cornwall currently attracts more than 300,000 foreign tourists a year. Rudiger Wohlers is a tour leader with German company NABU, which takes 200 people a year on coach trips around Cornwall. He told the BBC about his worries.

The BBC's Inside Out presents a special England-wide series of programmes on Brexit and its impact three months on.

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