The TUI and to not introducing fees [sic]

The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) issued a press release this week welcoming the  statement by the Tánaiste (Deputy Prime Minister), Mary Coughlan TD, in which she re-affirmed the government’s decision not to reintroduce higher education tuition fees this side of the next general election. The TUI represents secondary teachers and lecturers in the institutes of technology. This is the opening paragraph of the union’s statement:

‘The Teachers’ Union of Ireland (TUI) has welcomed the Tánaiste’s confirmation that third level fees will be not introduced for the lifetime of the current government. The union, which represents teachers and lecturers in second level, further and higher education, is now calling on all parties to not introducing fees.’

The content of this statement is not surprising – and while I would not agree with it, it is their perfect right to make this case. However, the grammar might raise a few eyebrows.

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One Comment on “The TUI and to not introducing fees [sic]”

  1. kevin denny Says:

    There grammer doesnt bother me so much as there logic. If any.


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