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Pat Leahy, Sunday Business Post Political Editor, discusses tensions within the Government parties both before and since the Budget
Nessa Childers, Labour MEP for the East constituency, says her party should renegotiate the Programme for Government
Brian Dowling, political reporter, says the Social Welfare Bill is likely to pass despite misgivings by Government TDs
Geraldine Finucane, who was injured in the attack which killed her husband, says she doesn't believe the de Silva review will get to the truth of what happened
Tommie Gorman, Northern Editor, reports that the Finucane family is standing by their demand for a full public inquiry
James Walston, Associate Professor of International Relations at the American University of Rome, says Silvio Berlusconi will not win the election but will remain a big influence
Leo Enright, space commentator, discusses the influence on Irish astronomy of Sir Patrick Moore who died at the weekend
Dr Brian Turner, lecturer in Health Economics at UCC, discusses a confidential report which states that spending by Ireland's health service is rife with inefficiency and inconsistencies
Paul Cunningham, Europe Correspondent, reports from Oslo where 20 EU leaders, including Taoiseach Enda Kenny, have gathered for the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony
Ciaran Mullooly , Midlands Correspondent, has been looking at some of the counties worst affected by cutbacks due to shortfalls in the household charge payments
Jacqueline Fox reports that fans watched the entire Lord of the Rings trilogy ahead of the release on Thursday of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Michael Christian and Mel Greig spoke to Channel 9's Tracy Grimshaw
Padraig Collins, Irish journalist based in Sydney, reports that the station has cancelled the presenters' programme
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