Revenue to step in on Paris Bakery worker dispute

Revenue has emerged as an unlikely saviour of a well-known Dublin bakery.

30 former workers at the Paris Bakery claim they are owed over €100,000 in payments after the Moore Street store closed almost two weeks ago.

A rally to support the workers took place outside Leinster House last Wednesday.

Revenue is expected to step in and liquidate the restaurant giving the workers access to the state insolvency fund.

However, employees still face a wait for owed pay, as in the event of a liquidation a creditors' meeting must first be called.

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