Ex-Clerys workers vow to change law a year after sale scandal
Siptu carried out a guerrilla protest last night on Dublin’s O’Connell Street
Trade union Siptu carried out a guerrilla protest last night on Dublin’s O’Connell Street to make the first anniversary of the overnight closure of the department store Clerys, which led to 460 staff losing their jobs.
Siptu projected a huge image of the iconic Clerys clock onto the building which once housed the store, along with the slogan ‘Time for Justice’.
Thirty former Clerys workers also assembled at the still-unused...
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