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    Drivetime Monday 10 December 2012

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    Mary Wilson presents an information packed evening news magazine with all the stories of the day

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    Tensions run high in Egypt, despite Mursi's annul of his November 22nd decree

    Demonstrations are planned to continue ahead of Saturday's Constitutional referendum

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    Government says it won't meet the March repayment of the Promissory note

    RTÉ's Business Editor David Murphy explains the origin of the Promissory note.

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    Northern Ireland's Justice Minister and leader of the Alliance Party David Ford

    Earlier today a special session of Northern Ireland's Stormont Assembly passed a motion condemning the recent street violence and intimidation. The violence arouse after Belfast City council's decision to limit the days on which the Union flag can be flown.

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