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Richard Downes, Washington Correspondent, reports from Newtown, Connecticut, where President Barack Obama attended a vigil for the victims of Friday's elementary school gun attack
Niall O'Dowd, New York-based publisher of the Irish Voice, says failure to tackle the issue of gun control now will result in further terrible consequences in the US
Brian Dowling, of our political staff, reports on further Labour discontent as three senators consider voting against the Social Welfare Bill
Jonathan Irwin, CEO and Founder of the Jack & Jill Foundation, calls on senators to oppose the Social Welfare Bill
Simon Calder, Travel Editor with the Independent in the UK, discusses the memorandum of understanding between Ryanair and IAG, which owns British Airways
Conor Faughnan, AA Ireland, comments on the 13% of people in Ireland who admit to having travelled with a driver over the alcohol limit within the last year
Kathleen O'Meara, Irish Cancer Society, says applications to the charity's Financial Aid Scheme have increased by 36% in the last three years
John McGuinness, Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, says the Croke Park agreement needs to be renegotiated to deal with increments to public sector staff
Fiona Forde reports from Johannesburg that ANC leader and President Jacob Zuma is under attack for economic mismanagement and alleged corruption
Elaine Cobbe, CBS Correspondent in Paris, reports that actor Gérard Depardieu has sent an open letter saying he's turning in his French passport following his move to Belgium
Adrian Weckler, Digital and Technology Editor of the Sunday Business Post, says paid tweets will have to be clearly identified as such
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