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SIPTU calls for mass support for bank debt deal

SIPTU has called on the public to show mass support for a deal on Ireland’s bank debt at an upcoming Day of Action, and warned that failure to secure a deal would be “disastrous” for the country.

30th January, 2013

SIPTU has called on the public to show mass support for a deal on Ireland’s bank debt at an upcoming Day of Action, and warned that failure to secure a deal would be “disastrous” for the country.

Speaking at a ceremony to mark the 66th anniversary of the death of SIPTU’s founder Jim Larkin, SIPTU's president Jack O’Connor said the government must hang tough on the €3.1 billion promissory note....

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