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'New public sector pay report not an ATM for public servants' - Donohoe

Minister says new deal must be "affordable and sustainable"

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

9th May, 2017

Minister for Public Expenditure Paschal Donohoe has insisted the new public sector pay report will not be an ATM for public servants.

Donohoe made the remarks after the Public Sector Pay Commission found that there was a case for a new pay deal.

However, it also said pensions for public sector workers hired before 2013 were 12 to 18 per cent more valuable than private sector pensions.

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