SBP Editorial:Pre-crisis pay levels are not fair or sustainable

2nd October, 2016

Dublin Bus drivers have been offered a raise of 11.25 per cent, and all of the proposed strike days for October - and beyond - have been cancelled. They have got what they wanted, but it’s unlikely to be the end of the public pay crisis.

The essence of the bus drivers’ dispute - and the disputes that will almost certainly follow it - rests on the difference between what the Lansdowne Road Agreement...

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