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    Liveline Tuesday 30 April 2013


    Ex-garda Brendan talks to Joe about the statements from the GRA that crime figures are being massaged.  Callers tell Joe their experiences of crime.

    Bernard tells Joe he's stopping any portion of his SIPTU conscription being made to any political party. 

    Fr William Stewart tells Joe about his charity Schools for Syria.





    Crime statistics

    Claims by the President of the Garda Representative Association that crime statistics are being massaged


    Unions and political allegiances

    Bernard took exception to a portion of his SIPTU union dues going to a political party


    Conflict in Syria

    Fr William Stuart, an Irish priest trying to improve life for children suffering in the Syrian conflict


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