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Dezideriu Gergely, Executive Director of the European Roma Rights Centre, calls for responsible reporting of children being removed from Roma families
Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, discusses the latest on the investigation into the case of a child taken from a Roma family in Dublin amid concerns about her identity
Martin Dunne, Director of the National Ambulance Service, responds to the latest ambulance response times that show a number of regions fail to hit HSE targets
Paul Cunningham, Europe Correspondent, reports that the European Parliament is to debate and vote on covering a €2.7bn shortfall in the EU budget for 2013
Emma O Kelly, Education Correspondent, discusses an ESRI report which finds that the country's religious-run secondary schools are much more likely to receive voluntary contributions from parents
Dr Carol Coulter of the Child Care Law Reporting Project discusses the most recent volume of cases of children taken into State care
Bob Schmuhl, Professor of American studies at Notre Dame University, discusses the fall-out from the recent shut-down in the US
Steve Rosenberg, BBC's Moscow Correspondent, discusses the trial of a Bolshoi ballet dancer charged in relation to an acid attack on the company's artistic director
Michael Crick, biographer of Alex Ferguson, reviews the former Manchester United's latest autobiography in which he criticises Roy Keane
John Breslin, journalist, reports on the trial of Heriberto Viramontes who is accused of attacking Natasha McShane in April of 2010
Cian McCormack reports on the entrepreneurship of older people at a business fair in Trim, Co Meath
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