Failure to avert Luas strike will hit economy
Published 18/02/2016 | 02:30
At the height of a General Election, the last thing a Government needs is a rolling transport strike.
There will be no Luas today or tomorrow and the Small Firms Association has warned that a further planned strike on St Patrick's Day could cost Dublin city around €50m in lost revenue.
Severe disruption to the public, and massive loss to the economy, adds up to a lose-lose situation.