TUI members in rally against Croke Park II

TUI members in rally against Croke Park II

Rank and file members of the Teachers Union of Ireland will gather in Dublin today in a show of solidarity against Croke Park II.

They are describing the proposals as an "all-out assault on the pay, pensions and conditions of all education workers".

Organisers say today's rally will send a clear message to the government that they won't accept the cuts lying down.

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