Will heading to Northern Ireland for Christmas shopping save you any money this year?

Will heading to Northern Ireland for Christmas shopping save you any money this year?

Mr Pope said the saving that was once seen in the North is no longer at the heights it was in the past and said people aren't willing to travel.
22 hours ago
from: Irish Mirror

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