Economy Minister Gordon Lyons questioned the multi-million-pound home holiday voucher scheme as he noted that it was now ‘if’, not when, it was happening.

The program aims to offer households in Northern Ireland a £ 100 voucher for a two-night stay in accommodation after payment, or a £ 20 voucher for a visit to a tourist attraction.

The department said it was examining the relevance of the program in light of the summer scholarship months and possible spending that could be spent on tourism through the Spend Local retail voucher program.

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