Broke Park

trade unions

Ironically on the day that Margaret Thatcher is buried across the water, the Unions in Ireland show us who is really in charge in this country.

Successive Irish governments have been dancing dutifully to the Trade Unions’ tune and with Labour looking increasingly vulnerable, that is unlikely to change any time soon.

The charade of protracted negotiations, followed by a collective repudiation of the Croke Park 2 deal is indicative of the farcical ineptitude of the public sector in Ireland.

A lot of hot air and blustering, but absolutely nothing to show for it.

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