THE 50th anniversary special which appears in today´s newspaper has a very interesting section by Andrew Ede which looks at the history of tourism and how things have changed. In the 1970s Spain was so concerned that British tourists would not come on holiday here after the pound sterling was devalued that they devalued the peseta so that tourists would continue to have the same spending power! It was the British who pioneered mass tourism to Majorca and there were many pioneers. It is quite amazing that even today millions of British tourists still come here on holiday. The British love affair with Majorca is alive and well and continues. Obviously there have been ups and down but it is a long standing relationship which continues to go from strength to strength. Whatever Majorca´s future may bring, British tourists will continue coming here. It is the perfect match for British tourism.