Comment: Concessions required as Labour Court intervenes in Dublin Bus strike
The Labour Court intervention in the Dublin Bus strike is welcome but given the sides have already had 14 months of talks, something is going to have to give.
There will be relief among commuters and business owners in capital this evening with the news that Dublin Bus drivers will return to work and lift their strike action tomorrow.
The Labour Court has invited unions and managements to talks and both sides have accepted and are expected to meet tomorrow morning.
While these fresh talks are ongoing, drivers will return to depots, and a near €12m cost-cutting programme has been temporarily taken off the...
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