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Wednesday 13th 2013

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Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy



Callers who recieved their property tax letters today talked to Joe about how they intend to deal with the valuations of their homes for the property tax.

Ron has been trying to return to education, following a serious eye condition which meant he could no longer work as a crane driver. He spoke about the delays in deciding his disability allowance application which have held up his chances of a third level course.

The penalty points controversy involving deputy Luke Flanagan was commented on by several callers . Barbara compared the situation here to the UK where political resignations seem much more common.

Property Tax

Property Tax

Home-owners and estate agents react as the first of the property tax letters arrive from Revenue


Depending on Social Welfare

Depending on Social Welfare

Ron is trying to get off benefits and back into the workforce; Rita and Frank explain why rent allowance is an issue when you live in a bedsit

Penalty points

Penalty points

Reaction to the revelation that Luke Ming Flanagan TD had penalty points wiped from his licence


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