by Richard Buckley, Editor, Business Eye

Belfast Chamber, Retail NI and Hospitality Ulster have hosted the new Shadow Secretary of State, Louise Haigh MP on her first walkabout in Belfast City Centre The three Chief Executives of Retail NI, Belfast Chamber and Hospitality Ulster, Glyn Roberts, Simon Hamilton and Colin Neill said: “Our three organisations were pleased to host the new Shadow Secretary of State on her first official visit to Belfast and briefed her on the many challenges facing our members at this time” “We had a very useful discussion on high street recovery, City deals, Brexit and the UK Government doing more to stimulate the economy and to get people spending again” “It is important that the business community continue to further engage with the Labour party on the key policy priorities facing our economy” .


Belfast Chamber, Retail NI and Hospitality Ulster have hosted the new Shadow Secretary of State, Louise Haigh MP on her first walkabout in Belfast City Centre

The three Chief Executives of Retail NI, Belfast Chamber and Hospitality Ulster, Glyn Roberts, Simon Hamilton and Colin Neill said:

“Our three organisations were pleased to host the new Shadow Secretary of State on her first official visit to Belfast and briefed her on the many challenges facing our members at this time”

“We had a very useful discussion on high street recovery, City deals, Brexit and the UK Government doing more to stimulate the economy and to get people spending again”

“It is important that the business community continue to further engage with the Labour party on the key policy priorities facing our economy”

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Louise Haigh MP with Belfast Chamber President Michael Stewart, CEO Simon Hamilton, Hospitality Ulster CEO Colin Neill and Retail NI CEO Glyn Roberts

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