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Luas drivers reject Workplace Relations Commission deal

Strikes to go ahead over Easter weekend

24th March, 2016
Luas drivers have voted against a deal that would have seen a 20 per cent rise in pay over 33 months Pic:

Luas drivers have voted to rejected a pay deal that was struck ahead of St Patrick's Day, which throws major doubt over travel arrangements for the Easter 1916 centenary celebrations.

Luas drivers have already staged four days of strike action so far this year, and a fifth was averted in March when a last-ditch round of talks between drivers, who are represented by SIPTU, and Luas operator Transdev, last week at the Workplace Relations Commission struck...

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