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The protests against the government will only increase as more cost-cutting measures are introduced to deal with the economic crisis, writes Niamh Connolly, Political Correspondent.

28th February, 2009

The protests against the government will only increase as more cost-cutting measures are introduced to deal with the economic crisis, writes Niamh Connolly, Political Correspondent.

Government ministers looked embarrassed as they passed the picket lines outside Leinster House last week, seeing Dail clerks protesting as part of the countrywide Civil Public and Services Union (CPSU) action.

‘‘It’s not very pleasant passing it by,” said a former minister as he walked past his colleagues to attend...

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