Labour say they will scrap the JobBridge scheme if re-elected

They have launched plans for a living wage

Labour say they will scrap the JobBridge scheme if re-elected

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The Labour Party have committed to phasing out the JobBridge scheme if re-elected to government.

They have launched their plans for a living wage, which would see the minimum wage raised to €11.30 an hour.

Labour have also made a range of commitments to education - including reducing the student charge by €500.

They say they will also provide 100,000 free part time education places, and set aside €60m for postgraduate students.

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