LRC intervenes as Bus Eireann strike threatens to escalate

The Labour Relations Commission has offered to mediate in the Bus Éireann dispute, which saw more than 95 per cent of the company’s services halted today because of strike action.

13th May, 2013
More than 95 per cent of Bus Eireann's services are not operating due to strike action

The Labour Relations Commission has offered to mediate in the Bus Éireann dispute, which saw more than 95 per cent of the company’s services halted today because of strike action.

The talks, which will have no preconditions, are scheduled to begin at 8pm.

Bus Eireann spokesman Andrew McLindon said earlier that its express services to Cork, Belfast and Derry were the only ones in operation. The majority of school transport services are also...

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