Irish Rail Unions And Management Set For Labour Court Appearance
Unions and management at Irish Rail are heading for the Labour Court this morning.
They'll be attempting to resolve the pay dispute at the company that's resulted in a series of stoppages.
Unions have expressed pessimism about the chances of a deal.
Barry Kenny of Irish Rail hopes the talks will persuade the unions to cancel all planned strikes:
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