Northern Ireland economy minister Gordon Lyons with a pre-paid card. Not actual size. That would be impractical.
Via BBC Northern Ireland:
Northern Ireland’s High Street voucher scheme will open for registration on 27 September with the first cards being issued on 4 October.
The £145m programme will offer pre-paid cards worth £100 to all over-18s.
It aims to help those businesses in retail and hospitality which were hit by the pandemic.
The £100 cards will have to be spent by 30 November, with registration happening primarily through an online portal.
Why can’t we have a pre-paid card?
They always get the free money.
I know the ‘troubles’ and all but that was aaages ago.
*runs to bedroom*