By Olivia Williams, Business InsiderBusiness Insider – 8 hours ago – 9 hours agoThis is a picture of the festive market on the last day of the year.
It’s been a bit quiet this year, and the UK holiday markets are down over the £100 million mark.
The market is down by a whopping 11% in the first week of November alone.
The numbers are grim for Christmas, but the market is also down due to the strong holiday season and the number of visitors visiting from abroad.
The UK market is now the fourth-biggest in the world, behind Japan, Australia and the United States.
The holiday market is still one of the biggest in the UK, but it’s not going to grow any time soon.
In December, the UK will be celebrating its 50th anniversary, and it will be the first time in history that the market will celebrate the holiday season on a massive scale.
In the past, Christmas markets have grown so much in the past 50 years that it has become a tradition to close them for a week or two during the holiday period.
But now, with the economy struggling, it seems that the markets are finally shutting down in a big way.
The number of holiday markets in the country has fallen by 11% compared to the same period last year.
The markets are in England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Northern and Southern Ireland, the Midlands, and Cornwall.
In Scotland, the number fell by 11%, while in Wales it fell by 15%.
However, the biggest decline came in Scotland, where the number plummeted by 11%.
The biggest fall was in the North East, where it fell 12.6%.
It’s the worst for the region, with a 10% fall.
There’s also been a huge decline in visitors coming to the UK for the holiday market.
This year, fewer than 1.3 million people visited the UK to spend the last days of the Christmas season.
That’s down from 1.6 million people in 2017.
The UK holiday season has been in decline for years, and this year is the worst in a long time.