DAVID Cameron is visiting Northern Ireland but his exact itinerary is being kept under wraps for fear of a dissident republican attack.
And there is speculation in the corridors of power at Stormont that the Prime Minister may use his whistle stop trip to announce he will cut Northern Ireland’s corporation tax in a bid to kick start the economy.
He arrives at a time when unemployment in the province continues to rise and jobs going at Patton Construction and F G Wilson.
The Conservative leader will hold talks with the Northern Ireland First and Deputy First Ministers who have just returned from a trade trip to China.
He will also be briefed on the current security situation and high threat level to police and police civilians from dissident republicans.
The Prime Minister will also hold a question and answer session with invited members of the public – one in a series of events which he has hosted around the UK.