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Unions would be foolish to reject deal

All things considered, it is probably best for the country if the trade union movement endorses the Croke Park II deal in the ballots currently taking place among public sector workers.

6th April, 2013

All things considered, it is probably best for the country if the trade union movement endorses the Croke Park II deal in the ballots currently taking place among public sector workers.

It is certainly in the interests of the public sector unions, though in many cases they have been extraordinarily badly led by their leaders and conference delegates, whose analysis is incomplete, whose rhetoric is juvenile, whose strategy is flawed and whose behaviour has on...

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