Thursday October 29, 2020

McDonald’s hits back in Temple Bar argument

McDonald’s has broken its silence on the controversy surrounding its plans to open a three-storey outlet in a protected building in Dublin’s Temple Bar.

13th August, 2011

McDonald’s has broken its silence on the controversy surrounding its plans to open a three-storey outlet in a protected building in Dublin’s Temple Bar.

McDonald’s Ireland managing director John Atherton said much of the criticism was ‘‘erroneous and inaccurate’’ and down to people not liking the fast food chain’s brand.

He added that in a time of high unemployment, people needed to ‘‘take...

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