The Taoiseach Says There Is A Need For A Well Managed Process And Strategy To Deal With The Issue Of Public Pay.

But Enda Kenny says he sticks by the Lansdowne Road Pay Agreement – despite some unions and opposition parties saying it’s finished. In the Dáil this afternoon he hinted the Government is open to talks with trade unions on how to proceed to a successor pay agreement. SIPTU says it will ballot 60,000 members on industrial action if there isn’t talks on a new pay deal by Thursday.

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