ISME: ‘Retail staff are not afraid of immigrants, they are afraid of unrestrained thuggery’
Retailers are continuing to count the cost of the riots, which saw 13 shops extensively damaged, 11 garda and six public transport vehicles destroyed
Businesses in Dublin have called on the government to ensure that the riots in Dublin city centre on Thursday night which caused tens of millions of euro worth of damage never occur again.
Mary Rose Burke, chief executive of Dublin Chambers, said it will be engaging with government to see what measures are needed to ensure the events of Thursday night do not reoccur.
Neil McDonnell, head of the Irish SME Association, called on the ...