HMV Cork workers begin sit in

Former workers from HMV's store in Cork are carrying out a sit-in.

They are the second group of disgruntled employees to protest in this way, after a sit-in began at HMV in Limerick on Wednesday.

The workers say they will occupy the premises, on St Patrick's Street in Cork city centre until they are paid what they say they are owed by the company.

Meanwhile, the protest in Limerick is also continuing.

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