The game is up for the IMO and the other price-setters
Far from being a Dunkirk-esque victory, the recent agreement between the Competition Authority and the doctors' union shows that collective bargaining is dead.
We must be very careful not to assign to this deliverance the attributes of a victory. Wars are not won by evacuations - so said Winston Churchill in response to the defeat of the British Expeditionary Force, three French armies and the Belgian army in 1940.
The scale of the recent rout of the Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) under competition law - hailed by the IMO in the media as a Dunkirk-type victory - has yet...
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