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    Drivetime Monday 10 December 2012



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


    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


    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.


    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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