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SIPTU Dublin Bus members vote for industrial action

Union warns of an "indefinite all out strike in Dublin Bus"

12th August, 2016
Bus drivers had wanted an increase of at least 18% Pic: RollingNews.ie

SIPTU's Dublin Bus driver members have voted overwhelmingly for industrial and strike action amidst a dispute over their pay.

SIPTU's divisional organiser for transport, energy, aviation and construction, Owen Reidy, said that the result demonstrated the "determination of members to bring this pay dispute to a fair conclusion".

"Drivers and other workers at the company have not had a pay increase for eight years, have suffered reductions in earnings over the recessionary period and have...

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