Apprentice star tells pay cut MLAs - earn your money and get back to work

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Grainne McCoy with her mother Siobhan Carragher.

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A leading Northern Ireland businesswoman has called for MLAs to earn their pay and get back to work.

Apprentice star Grainne McCoy has been speaking exclusively to Q Radio about the stalemate at Stormont.

It follows the government's decision to cut Assembly members' salaries by almost £14,000.

Part of Grainne's work is to help inspire young people to find employment.

She believes local politicians should set a better example...



Grainne was speaking at Thursday night's Ulster Tatler awards at Belfast City Hall where she was nominated for Businesswoman of the Year.

Actor Ciaran Hinds was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award.

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