Sunday September 27, 2020

Yearly industrial strife grinds us all to a halt

14th August, 2016

Once again as the summer draws to a close, the Irish public is being threatened with the perennial prospect of a winter of discontent.

Like clockwork, each year as the evenings begin to shorten and the budget looms, public and semi-state sector unions rattle their rather substantial sabres. This year it is the turn of the bus and train drivers but unions in any number of sectors have in recent times engaged in low-level disputes...

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