Last-ditch efforts to re-boot Croke Park II negotiations

The government will be briefed this week about the possibility of public service unions' re-engagement on the Croke Park II pay proposals.

4th May, 2013

The government will be briefed this week about the possibility of public service unions' re-engagement on the Croke Park II pay proposals.

However, senior government sources believe the cabinet will probably still have to legislate to achieve the necessary savings.

Labour Relations Commission (LRC) chief executive Kieran Mulvey and his officials will report back to Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin early this week. Howlin will brief the cabinet at its weekly meeting...

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