|Organisation:||The Workers' Party|
|Authors:||Eamon Gilmore, Pat Rabbitte|
|Discuss:||Comments on this document|
|Subjects:||Industrial Relations Act, 1990|
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Commentary From The Cedar Lounge Revolution
5th March 2018
Many thanks to PM for scanning and sending the following document to the Archive. As PM notes this is timely given the WP launched a document last month (February 2018) examining the workings of the 1990s Industrial Relations Act and outlining means of reforming this act. As PM continues:
In 1990, just after the Act was passed into law, The Workers’ Party published a critical examination of the Act in a small, 12-page pamphlet, called Bertie’s Bill. In hindsight it is interesting to see how accurate, or otherwise, the predictions made then have actually turned out.
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By: Jemmyhope Mon, 05 Mar 2018 15:14:54
I love the heading ‘Caught on a Sticky Picket.’
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