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Oxford Economics were commissioned by Hospitality Ulster to quantify the economic contribution and role of the hospitality sector in Northern Ireland. This summary sets out the key findings at both the regional and local authority level.
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Hospitality Ulster has today launched a campaign to push the Northern Ireland Assembly to modernise the outdated liquor licensing laws as soon as it returns from the election period. Some of the current laws which govern us here are up to 20, 50 and even as much as 100 years old. Hospitality Ulster, the voice of the sector, says its members are getting increasingly angry at the slow pace of change by our politicians.
Speaking at the Northern Ireland Assembly today, Chief Executive of Hospitality Ulster Colin Neill, said that the inaction by the Assembly to bring forward the Liquor Licensing Review Bill is having a detrimental impact on the hospitality and tourism sector in Northern Ireland.
Colin Neill, Chief Executive, Hospitality Ulster said today:
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