Northern Ireland Economy APPG

First Registered: 15/06/2022 • Last updated on: 22/07/2022

To support and encourage the growth of business in Northern Ireland.

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Current Members - Contact Details - Benefits in Kind - Financial Benefits

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10 Current APPG Officers
Conor McGinn Portrait
Conor McGinn
Vice Chair
Labour - St Helens North
Joined: 15th June 2022
Suzanne Webb Portrait
Suzanne Webb
Vice Chair
Conservative - Stourbridge
Joined: 15th June 2022
Lee Anderson Portrait
Lee Anderson
Vice Chair
Conservative - Ashfield
Joined: 15th June 2022
No other APPG Memberships
Contact Details

Registered Contact:

Bob Stewart MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 020 7219 7011.

Email: bob.stewart.mp@parliament.uk

Public Enquiry Point:

Frank Shivers, The Old Market Place, Bangor BT20 5AP. Tel: 07876 492 505

Email: frank@appgnieconomy.com

No benefits in kind are on record for the Northern Ireland Economy APPG

No direct financial benefits are on record for the Northern Ireland Economy APPG