Workers fight to save bakery on Moore Street

Seventy workers are fighting to save their jobs at a now infamous Dublin bakery.

The Paris Bakery could be forced to shut its doors in June and a rally is taking place outside the café on Moore Street at 2pm this afternoon.

Nama owns the loans belonging to a company which owns the site, which is earmarked for redevelopment.

Ciaran Cuffe from the Green Party says we should be restoring the premises on Moore Street, not building more.

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