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    Liveline Tuesday 30 September 2014



    Christina Donnelly wants to highlight her campaign for the introduction of ‘Brendan’s Law’.   Her son was killed in a car crash in 2009 by a drunk driver who fled the scene.   She has three objectives that she would like to see implemented in relation to drink driving convictions and is going to Leinsiter house tomorrow 1st October 2014 to meet with TDs and discuss these changes.

    Eamon was listening to Eddie on yesterday’s programme – it brought him back to his school days in the fifties when children were ruled by fear.     Throughout his time at school he witnessed and experiences horrific beatings with the strap.    



    Christina Donnelly talks about the tragic death of her son, Brendan, at the hands of a drink-driver in 2009.

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