Isme: ‘Dublin retailers don’t fear immigrants, they fear thugs’
The small and medium enterprise business group has said increasing violence in the city was targetting shop staff
Isme, the Irish Small & Medium Enterprises Association, has said that the level of violence in Dublin city centre last night was not a surprise to many retail workers in the capital.
Neil McDonnell, chief executive of the trade group, said: “Retail staff are not afraid of immigrants, they are afraid of unrestrained thuggery, violence and theft that occurs daily in their stores.”
McDonnell said that a recent meeting between retail representatives with Neale Richmond, ...