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Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney and Justin McCarthy, Irish Farmer's Journal, on the discovery of more horse meat at another Irish burger factory
Gerry McCurdy, Director of the Food Standards Agency of Northern Ireland, explains how a quantity of meat in the North has been found to be 80% horse meat
Alan Reilly, Chief Executive of the Food Safety Authority of Ireland, discusses the latest developments in the horse meat scandal.
Pat McDonagh, Supermac's founder, says horse meat found at Rangeland Foods was not used in burgers supplied to his restaurants
Joe Little, Religious Affairs Correspondent, outlines what can be expected from the report on the Magdalene Laundries to be published later today
Josephine Meade spoke to Paschal Sheehy, Southern Editor, about her teenage years in Magdalene laundries in Cork, Galway and Dublin.
Mari Steed, Justice for Magdalenes, says the publication of today's report must be followed by an apology from the Government and some form of compensation
Ingrid Miley, Industry and Employment Correspondent, reports on the prospects for agreement on a new Croke Park deal
John Parker, President of the Garda Representative Association, says his members will not accept any cuts to garda pay
Martin Delfin, reporter with the English version of El Pais, says the calls for Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to stand down are growing louder
Dr Sinead Murphy, of Temple Street Children's Hospital, says a childhood obesity treatment programme there is having positive results
Frank McDonald, Environment Correspondent with the Irish Times, pays tribute to the conservationist and historian Professor Kevin B Nowlan
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