Liveline Thursday 18 July 2013
Today Damien spoke with Batt, Pat, Sean and John among others about the Éirigí protesters who harangued Pat Rabbitte in a Dublin pub yesterday evening and heard from those who defended and deplored the protest.
He also spoke with Declan about the price of things in Ireland and how businesses might help the recovery by reducing their prices to get people to spend.
Joe works on Grafton Street and thinks the new paving on Dublin’s thoroughfare is awful, while Helen defended horse riders on Brittas Beach and Marie, Laura and Wayne told their tales of litter across the country.
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