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TDs may face Dáil vote on awarding own pay rises of €5,000

Salaries due to increase next year to previous salary of €92,673 under the Lansdowne Road Agreement

16th October, 2016
There could be a vote on wether or not the TD's get the pay rise

TDs may be forced into a Dáil vote on their own pay rises of over €5,000 in the wake of the decision of ministers to give up their wage increases.

Their salaries of €87,258 are due to increase next year to their previous salary of €92,673 under the Lansdowne Road Agreement on public sector pay.

But Sinn Féin plans to table a Dáil motion as soon as it can to block the increase...

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