Dublin Bus strike looks likely to enter third day

UPDATE: The Dublin Bus strike that has halted bus transport in the capital for two days looks set to enter a third day.

5th August, 2013
A Dublin City Council camera shows O'Connell Bridge empty of buses.

The Dublin Bus strike that has halted bus transport in the capital for two days looks set to enter a third day with no moves yet by trade unions or management to get around the negotiating table.

Nitelink services were the first to be hit on Sunday morning and buses have remained in their garages again today. If the strike continues into tomorrow it is likely to cause major disruption as commuters return to work...

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