1. Meat Industry Ireland says 3,000 workers have been laid off because of 'illegal blockades'  thejournal.ie
  2. 3000 factory workers temporarily laid off as protesters threaten tractor blockade in Dublin  Independent.ie
  3. Meat Industry Ireland claims 3,000 staff temporarily let go amid beef dispute  BreakingNews.ie
  4. Up to 3,000 Irish meat plant workers temporarily laid off due to illegal farmer blockades in ongoing beef  The Irish Sun
  5. Up to 3,000 workers temporarily laid off in ongoing beef dispute  Irish Mirror
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The beef dispute is showing no signs of conclusion. The beef dispute is showing no signs of conclusion.

Meat Industry Ireland says 3,000 workers have been laid off because of 'illegal blockades'

“Meanwhile, 3,000 meat factory workers have now been temporarily laid off because of the beef dispute according to Meat Industry Ireland https://t.co/L9u06oHdMf”

Will Goodbody on Twitter: "Meanwhile, 3,000 meat factory workers have now been temporarily laid off because of the beef dispute according to Meat Industry Ireland https://t.co/L9u06oHdMf"

“Meat Industry Ireland has withdrawn from a new round of talks aimed at resolving the beef dispute - https://t.co/F5VQ6kjVUO”

Jack Quann on Twitter: "Meat Industry Ireland has withdrawn from a new round of talks aimed at resolving the beef dispute - https://t.co/F5VQ6kjVUO"

The country’s main meat factories shut their doors today, resulting in the temporary lay-off of 3,000 employees, as hundreds of farmers continue protests over beef prices.The country’s main meat factories shut their doors today, resulting in the temporary lay-off of 3,000 employees, as hundreds of farmers continue protests over beef prices.

3,000 factory workers temporarily laid off as protesters threaten tractor blockade in Dublin - Farming Independent

Meat Industry Ireland is claiming that thousands of staff have been temporarily laid off at meat processing plants as the beef price dispute rumbles on.Meat Industry Ireland is claiming that thousands of staff have been temporarily laid off at meat processing plants as the beef price dispute rumbles on.

Meat Industry Ireland claims 3,000 staff temporarily let go amid beef dispute

Meat Industry Ireland (MII) confirmed that they were forced to close more than 80 per cent of their overall processing capacity and that further closures and layoffs are likely in the coming days.UP TO 3,000 Irish workers at meat processing plants have been temporarily laid off as farmers continue to illegally blockade factories as part of the ongoing beef dispute. In a statement today, Mea…

Up to 3,000 Irish meat plant workers temporarily laid off due to illegal farmer blockades in ongoing beef dispute

The Independent Farmers of Ireland spokespeople have stressed that members at a tractor protest in Dublin will be "acting as individuals".The Independent Farmers of Ireland spokespeople have stressed that members at a tractor protest in Dublin will be "acting as individuals".

'Individuals acting on own initiative': Protester group reps temper tractor talk - Agriland.ie

Farmers have been warned that cattle slaughtering across Ireland could be stopped indefinitely if protests at beef-processing plants continue, asFarmers have been warned that cattle slaughtering across Ireland could be stopped indefinitely if protests at beef-processing plants continue, as

Irish cattle slaughter faces indefinite halt as talks collapse - Farmers Weekly

It means that 80% of overall  processing capacity has been shut downIt means that 80% of overall processing capacity has been shut down

Up to 3,000 workers temporarily laid off in ongoing beef dispute - Irish Mirror Online

Factories lay off 3,000 staff 2019-09-10Meat Industry Ireland has blamed the layoffs on illegal blockades.

Factories lay off 3,000 staff 10 September 2019 Free