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Laura Ní Chrotaigh Oct 28
I will never understand why anyone would vote against equal pay?
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Johnny Wogan Oct 29
No referendum in the state has ever been decided with a turnout of less than 25 percent. Anne of the is being openly disingenuous.
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Sandra Fay Oct 29
Clusters last week: Schools/Child Care 65 Workplace 25 Nursing Homes 15 Residential Institution 13 Community Transmission 9 Hospital 5 The numbers don't lie... Politicians do!!!
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An Giolla Deacair Oct 29
Colm O Rourke seems to be the go to guy for . On earlier bashing his and the . Colm's time could be better spent focusing on his own planning and curriculum implementation. Interesting recommendations found here:
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Joe Moran Oct 28
Results of ballots on several issues, some carried, some rejected (42% turnout), hopefully will act in co-ordination with other teacher unions.
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Caoimhe Oct 28
Sound out, thank you fellow teachers
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Urlofcork Oct 28
So if the go on strike will all the dream marriages that started in between teachers and Nurses begin to crumble. As one lot of Public servants strike and the other heroical go about their work
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Ailbhe Pheigín Bhearthla Choilm Oct 28
Maith sibh Anyone who comes complaining about Teachers in response to this... be warned. You’re likely to be muted. Their reasons are COMPLETELY reasonable and based on experience of front line staff in schools. Pre midterm situation in schools is not viable.
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Dec Oct 28
Those wanting teachers thrown under the bus sit on the continuum of nastiness just one notch away from people who are against poor kids getting free school meals. Failed human beings the lot of them.
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Liam Brogan Oct 29
COVID 19 concerns or pay concerns? Teachers should have been put on the PUP since March
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Bill Vaughan Oct 29
may be looking for a pay increase during sn epidemic... but remembrer... only politicians have given themselves one.
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Cllr. John Burtchaell-Socialist Party & Solidarity Oct 29
Full support and solidarity with the teachers. The other teacher unions and the nurses should follow suit and ballot for industrial action. Let both professions demand a safe working environment and take back everything that was stolen from them during the austerity decade.
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Aaron Sweeney🇮🇪🇪🇺 Oct 28
3 things in life are certain: Death Taxes And the ASTI threatening to go on strike 🙄
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Peter 😷 Oct 29
It looks like most teachers are not behind it either. Incredibly tone deaf.
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Dec Oct 29
In summary, the anti teacher cretins just want the race to the bottom to go further and faster until everyone is equally exploited and unsafe.
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Nicole Bartlett Oct 29
If you aren’t in support of teachers striking then you’re being wilfully ignorant as to what’s happening in schools 😌
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Mick Barry TD Oct 29
are taking a stand for better Covid health and safety for both teachers and pupils. Those who are so quick to criticise the teachers should recognise that this is the case.
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sean keane Oct 28
Is there anything more toxic , insidious and synonymous with selfish mé feinism in this country than ? For too long this shower of obstructionists have got away with holding this country to ransom,I long for the day a Gov breaks them&frees our education system from them
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Billy Linehan 🎃#FlattentheCurve Oct 28
Quelle surprise! vote for strike action again....
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Mairéad Nic Oct 29
Judging by public reaction and the slating of teachers, it seems my caution about taking industrial action during a pandemic was justified. Standing Committee better be careful about how this mandate is used.
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