Ó Ríordáin puts union rights at heart of campaign
Dublin Bay North TD rejects calls to take Labour party ‘back to basics’
Aodhán Ó Ríordáin made a pitch for trade union support as he officially launched his Labour leadership campaign today.
The Dublin Bay North TD said that he would fight for workers to have the right to union representation in collective bargaining, even if this meant having to put the question to a referendum.
“If this is deemed unconstitutional, either by the attorney general or the Supreme Court, we will...
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