Mon, 30th Jul 2012
A secondary teachers union's accused the Education Minister of opening talks on a second Croke Park deal through the media.
It's after Ruairí Quinn told the Sunday Times he wants negotiations for a second agreement to begin in the Autumn.
The deal, which protects pay levels and increments and doesn't allow compulsory redundancies, has been criticised by - among others, Transport Minister Leo Varadkar.
Diarmuid de Paor is the Association of Secondary Teachers in Ireland General Secretary - he says teachers have given up enough already.