Members of the Irish Congress of Trade Unions will meet this morning to discuss what further measures are needed to get the Government back into public sector pay talks.

The union has threatened industrial action this autumn unless the talks, which ended without agreement in June, are restarted and an improved offer is made by the State.

Back then, the Government made an offer of a 2.5 percent increase on the Building Momentum Public Service Agreement which unions felt wasn't adequate to meet the cost of living crisis for workers.

INMO General Secretary Phil Ni Sheaghdha has backed the unions' stance and says there will be consequences if a resoluition isn't found.

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