No Resolution As Strike Action Continues At Irish Rail
On the second of five planned train strike days a resolution looks no closer.
Management at Irish Rail have asked unions to go back to the Labour Court, but workers don't believe it would achieve a workable deal.
No Intercity or commuter trains are running - leaving 10,000 passengers in Cork stranded and forced to make other travel arrangements
Speaking to RedFM News at Kent Station in Cork NBRU executive member John Ford says all members are backing the strike action and they won't back down:
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