March 2, 2021
Dolan welcomes trade unionists’ contribution to discussion on Irish unity

Sinn Féin MLA Jemma Dolan has welcomed the contribution of trade unionists to the discussion on Irish unity. 

Speaking after the publication of a discussion paper, ‘Trade Unionists for New and United Ireland’, Jemma Dolan said: 

“Today’s publication sets out the Trade Union movement’s vision of a better society in a new and united Ireland.

“This is a welcome contribution to this growing debate and I would encourage others to get involved as well. 

“It is clear that trade unionists see the issue of low pay and precarious work as an all-island problem that requires an all-Ireland solution. 

“The vision of an Ireland with better wages, progressive taxation and an all-Island health service is something many people could subscribe to.

“The paper sets out the tangible benefits that a reunified Ireland can deliver for workers and families and I along with party colleagues look forward to engaging with trade unionists and worker representatives on these issues.”

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