Since Saturday's referendum result what do we have? (Hat tip Politics.ie)
Dundalk: It has been announced that 60 jobs are to be lost at the Moffat EngineeringAnd,
factory in Dundalk.40 of the jobs to go are on the shop floor.The remaining
posts will come from administrative staff.
Aer Lingus: will announce a severe package of cutbacks including up to 650 job
losses in the morning.
There are also fears of anoither 500 going at the state run Board Na Mona peat cutting plant,
Fears have been expressed for the future of 500 workers in Bord Na Mona after it
was confirmed two midlands power stations will be closed for prolonged periods
over the course of the next two years.
Not forgetting Intel, yes the firm that bunged 500,000 Euro at the Yes campaign
Meanwhile, Ireland's biggest private employer, Intel, yesterday told almost 300 workers they were being made redundant. Management met individually with the staff at the Leixlip, Co Kildare, plant to give them the bad news.
My favourite sign of economic malaise post Lisbon though has to be this,
Pupils at a national school in Co Cork have been asked to provide their own toilet paper to help off-set costs.Catherine O'Neill, the head teacher at St John's Girls National School in Carrigaline, has written to parents asking them to help the school save money
Vote Yes for Bronco!