Labour senator Nash blasts government over paramedics' row

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Labour Senator Ged Nash says FG 'tone-deaf' on industrial relations. Pic: Rollingnews.ie

Nash speaks of 'increasing frustration' within the trade union movement at the government's approach to industrial relations

The government has a 'tin ear' when it comes to industrial relations, according to Labour senator Ged Nash.

Nash, a former junior minister for business and employment, told The Sunday Business Post that he didn't believe that “advancing workers’ rights in industrial relations is a priority” for the current government.

“There's very little interest and very little understanding of industrial relations from Fine Gael,” he said....

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