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    Drivetime Tuesday 10 June 2014



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

    Iraq - the fall of Mosul

    Hermione Gee in Erbil the capital of Kurdistan and Patrick Cockburn London Independent

    Seanad Bill launched to remove discrimination against people with intellectual disabilities.

    The Bill would repeal the existing law that criminalizes sexual activity of people who are mentally impaired unless they are married to one another. Brian Lally reported, and Drivetime also spoke to Senator Katherine Zappone.

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