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Croke Park: Back to the drawing board

Siptu president Jack O'Connor plans to fix 'flaws' in his approach to Croke Park II, writes Nicola Cooke, Industry Correspondent.

20th April, 2013

Social partnership came apart at the seams last week, when Croke Park II was voted down by more than two-thirds of public sector workers.

The fate of the deal rested on the result of the Siptu ballot, but when it and the Irish National Teachers' Organisation (INTO) both returned a No vote, that meant the deal - as it stands - was dead in the water.

The government had anticipated that the agreement would make...

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