Gardaí say they're prepared to stage uniformed protest outside Dáil
84% of Garda sergeants and inspectors say pay is their number one issue.
Gardaí are prepared to protest outside the Dáil - in their uniforms - as part of efforts to have their pay restored.
The unprecedented move follows claims that nine out of ten mid ranking Gardaí want the AGSI to engage in a work to rule.
While 84% of Garda sergeants and inspectors say pay is their number one issue.
The group has been meeting for their annual conference in Mayo where their President-elect - Antoinette Cunningham - said station closures remain a major problem for the association:
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