Paris Bakery workers take their fight to the Dáil

Former workers at the Dublin-based Paris Bakery are taking their fight for lost wages to the Dáil.

Paris Bakery workers take their fight to the Dáil

Former workers at the Dublin-based Paris Bakery are taking their fight for lost wages to the Dáil.

They claim they are owed more than €100,000 in payments after the Moore Street store closed almost two weeks ago.

They are holding a rally outside Leinster House.

Spokesperson for the Migrant Rights Centre Edel McGinley said: "This is day 13 of the sit-in of the Paris Bakery workers; their employers have not been engaging and refused to meet with us in order to come to some solution.

"So today we are bringing the message to the Taoiseach that he needs to step in, and do something for these workers."

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