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Transport unions give Department of Infrastructure ‘two weeks’ to resolve pay dispute

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Striking workers in front of Belfast City Hall last year during a mass day of industrial action last year

The Department for Infrastructure and Translink have been “given two weeks” to present a pay rise to unions, otherwise strike action by public transport workers will go ahead at the end of the month.

Union leaders set the deadline during a meeting with company bosses, during which unions also rejected a plea from Translink to suspend strike action due to take place across three days from February 27-29.

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