Friday November 27, 2020

Wildcat strike threat at Irish Rail, Bus Éireann this week

Source warns tension is mounting

25th September, 2016
Irish Rail may have a wildcat strike as early as Tuesday Pic: RollingNews.ie

The Dublin Bus dispute is heading into a fourth week with no sign of progress towards resolution and the prospect of three more all-day stoppages.

“Every dispute gets solved in the end, but it is hard to see the pathway on this one at the moment,” said a senior trade union figure.

One well placed trade union source warned that tension was mounting and Irish Rail and Bus Éireann services could be hit...

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