Dublin clampers may strike over unpaid pay rise
Clampers in Dublin are considering strike action over a pay dispute.
SIPTU workers at Dublin Street Parking Services have been waiting since 2011 for a 2.5% wage rise and will vote today to decide if they should take industrial action to force management to pay.
Employees agreed to postpone the increase until 2013, but they still have not received the extra money.
It is now likely that a strike will go ahead and SIPTU Organiser, John King, says the pay rise may seem small but it's the principal that counts.
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