Colin Neill Statement On PM 30k Salary Threshold Scrapping For Post Brexit Immigrants

22 January 2020

Reacting to the news this morning that Prime Minister Boris Johnson is to scrap the £30,000 minimum salary threshold for immigrants arriving after Brexit, Colin Neill, Chief Executive, Hospitality Ulster said:

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Hospitality Ulster calls on Chancellor to scrap Air Passenger Duty

14 January 2020

Hospitality Ulster has called on the Chancellor of the Exchequer to scrap Air Passenger Duty with immediate effect.

 

The body has stated that news on the unknown future of Flybe has shone a bright light on the negative impact that the duty has had on the airline, and adds that the tax is putting Northern Ireland, in particular, at a distinct disadvantage with other European destinations.

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Hospitality Ulster welcomes restoration of NI Assembly

13 January 2020

Reacting to the latest news that a deal has been agreed and that the Assembly will be restored, Colin Neill, Chief Executive of Hospitality Ulster said:

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Trade NI welcomes draft deal to restore devolution

10 January 2020

Reacting to the news that a deal has been tabled by the Secretary of State and Tánaiste to restore devolution, Trade NI (the alliance of Retail NI, Manufacturing NI and Hospitality Ulster) in a joint statement commented:

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Hospitality Ulster urges politicians to sign up to the proposed deal

10 January 2020

 

Reacting to the ‘New Decade, New Approach’ document, and the possibility of the return of the Assembly today, Colin Neill, Chief Executive of Hospitality Ulster said:

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Hospitality Sector Dealt Bitter Blow As Outdated Rating Model Drives Significant Rates Increases

07 January 2020

Hospitality Ulster calls on Government to fix broken rates model before it is too late.

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