Shops will open as normal on Thursday, claim Tesco Ireland

Workers in more than 70 Tesco stores have announced a strike “of indefinite duration”

24th May, 2016
Workers have threatened more strike action at Tesco as talks falter again Pic Getty

Tesco Ireland has claimed their stores will open as normal on Thursday despite an announcement by workers in more than 70 Tesco stores around Ireland have announced a strike “of indefinite duration” on Thursday morning.

The strike follows the breakdown of talks in the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC) today.

The workers, represented by the Mandate trade union, have said the “strike is avoidable provided the company either withdraws their threats to force changes to...

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