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Liveline Tuesday 21 February 2017

Liveline

Liveline

Discussion and debate with Damien O'Reilly

 

Patrick is a cleaner whose looking for work. He saw an add for a Cleaning Operative but the candidate must be a fluent polish speaker. Patrick doesn't know why. The company say it is a clerical error.

Des Doyle is a butcher in Greystones Shopping Centre. His business  is down 80% because shoppers are not going into the Centre owing to pickets on the local Tesco store. 

Following the announcement that one of Ireland's best known boarding schools is to close, listeners give their experiences of life in such schools.

Ella is a 14 year old who is a little annoyed listening to adults on Liveline giving out about how teenagers spend so much time on their mobile phones.

 

Job Discrimination

Job Discrimination

Tesco Strike

Tesco Strike

Boarding Schools

Boarding Schools

Kids and Tech

Kids and Tech

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