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All public sector workers will be familiar with the endless propaganda of their ‘top hat’ pensions. Here, economist Michael Taft intervenes in what passes for public debate on the issue, with some facts.
The DCU Section Committee urges all members to turn out for the critical vote on the Haddington Road proposals. Remaining ballots, which the Section Committee has advised members to reject, are detailed below.
DCU SIPTU members have voted to oppose the continuing Fine Gael/Labour programme of austerity measures. The following motion was passed at the Section’s AGM on April 17th: