Sunday February 23, 2020

Howlin walks a fine line on Croke Park

Public expenditure minister Brendan Howlin was using both carrot and stick last week when he published the first report of the body set up to oversee the Croke Park agreement.

18th June, 2011

Public expenditure minister Brendan Howlin was using both carrot and stick last week when he published the first report of the body set up to oversee the Croke Park agreement.

He praised public servants for the progress they had made in reducing costs in the public sector, while working harder and better to ensure public services were not affected. But he also warned that, unless the progress was maintained, further pay cuts were inevitable.

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