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Susan Byrne reports on last night's motion, tabled by Clare Daly and calling for legislation for the X Case, which was defeated by 27 votes to 101
David Davin-Power, Political Correspondent, reports that the Government's assurances on abortion legislation ensured the motion would not succeed
Eddie Molloy, Director of Advance Organisation and Management Development, discusses yesterday's talks between unions and the Government on extending the Croke Park Agreement
David Murphy, Business Editor, reports on the legal action between the bank formerly known as Anglo, and its former auditors
Rosemary Hollis, Professor of Middle East Policy Studies at City University London, discusses the effects that a change in UN status would have on the international stage
Professor James Williams, Principal Investigator of the Growing Up in Ireland study, talks about the latest findings in relation to 13 years olds
Cian McCormack reports from Cavan and Dundalk on Day 4 of his Pre-Budget series. If you have a story you'd like Cian to hear, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cian McCormack continues his pre-Budget reports from Cavan and Dundalk
Kathleen Hayes, Secretary of the Irish Fisherman's Organisation, welcomes Minister Varadkar's announcement to maintain the three-centre model of Irish coast guard stations
Donal Healy, Chief Executive of the Cork Business Association, discusses the comments of a Cork District Court judge who heard 170 cases of non-payment of rates
Laura Whelan reports from the premiere of Martin McDonagh's new film, which opened at the Savoy in Dublin last night
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