It was after 3am when the row kicked off. A rail stoppage, due to begin in three hours, had just been called off. Thousands of commuters would now not face a second week of travel disruption. Yet, in the lobby of the Workplace Relations Commission in Dublin on Friday, November 6, a blazing row erupted anyway.
Irish Rail executives and representatives of both Siptu and the National Bus & Rail Union (NBRU) were milling around. Suddenly,...
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