Former Paris Bakery staff want firm wound up in order to get wages
Former staff at a Dublin bakery want the business to be wound up so they can be paid.
Workers at the Paris Bakery on Moore Street claim they are owed up to €100,000 in wages.
The firm closed suddenly two weeks ago amid financial difficulties.
Since then staff have staged a sit-in at the premises demanding their money.
Many of the people employed by the bakery are from other countries and are being supported by the group Migrant Rights Ireland.