Rail Workers Say They Have No Choice But To Strike
"Enough is enough". That's the message from rail workers at Cork's Kent station who are taking part in a nationwide strike over pay.
They're are calling for a 3.7% pay rise to bring them in line with the pay raise given to Luas and Dublin Bus drivers earlier this year.
Rail worker Gerard Riordan has been working at Kent Station for 30 years and Speaking to RedFM News he says no one is winning today but they feel they have no choice but to strike:
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