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Economy Minister Gordon Lyons at Carrickfergus for the announcement of the High Street Scheme. Credit: Department for the Economy/PA Wire

Economy Minister Gordon Lyons at Carrickfergus for the announcement of the High Street Scheme. Credit: Department for the Economy/PA Wire

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Economy Minister Gordon Lyons at Carrickfergus for the announcement of the High Street Scheme. Credit: Department for the Economy/PA Wire

Anything that can stimulate the local retail and hospitality economies after the trials they have endured during the coronavirus pandemic is to be welcomed.


The plan to give every adult in Northern Ireland a pre-loaded card worth £100 to spend on their local high street is a simple way of encouraging people to help generate extra income for businesses.


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