Taxi drivers to be briefed in Dublin Airport dispute

Taxi drivers to be briefed in Dublin Airport dispute

Talks aimed at resolving a dispute involving taxis and management at Dublin airport continued through the night.

There has been no pick-up service since Wednesday, in a row over parking spaces for cabs.

A representative for the Irish Taxi Drivers Federation said a recommendation has been put forward by the mediator involved in those talks, and they will be putting that to the wider group of drivers in the next hour.

All five representative groups are expected to urge their members accept the recommendation that is aimed at resolving the dispute.


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