Dublin Bust-up

What was it all about? Industry Correspondent Nicola Cooke looks at why the bus strike happened and what's next for the troubled company.

10th August, 2013
Dublin Bus staff on strike at the Ringsend Depot in Dublin last week. Photo: Collins

Some 400,000 Dublin Bus passengers were inconvenienced and the company itself lost around €1 million as a result of last week's three-day action by drivers. An intervention by the Labour Court led to the drivers going back to work and 15 hours of talks between the company and unions last Wednesday and Thursday.

But the clarification document that emerged from those talks - which will be voted on by the five unions at Dublin Bus throughout this...

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