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Questions: LPS chief executive Ian Snowden

Questions: LPS chief executive Ian Snowden

Finance Minister Conor Murphy. Credit: Niall Carson/PA

Finance Minister Conor Murphy. Credit: Niall Carson/PA

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Questions: LPS chief executive Ian Snowden

Next week the Assembly will vote on whether to rush through a piece of almost unknown retrospective legislation which will impact rates bills.

The draft law has been cobbled together to rectify an error which could cost £255m and impact much of Northern Ireland’s population.


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