Union leader slates Labour plan to shelve Metro North

Labour Party leader Eamon Gilmore is on a collision course with construction trade unions over his proposals to shelve Metro North.

9th October, 2010

Labour Party leader Eamon Gilmore is on a collision course with construction trade unions over his proposals to shelve Metro North.

The general secretary of the Technical Engineering and Electrical Union (TEEU) Eamon Devoy said the Labour Party leader should ‘‘revisit’’ his views on putting the project on hold.

‘‘There has been so much waste by the bankers and financial institutions and Metro North is something positive as significant for working...

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