As Dublin City Council set a target of 60,000 motorists to be clamped, the Liveline listeners share their personal clamping stories.
Also, following Catherine McCann's opinion piece in The Irish Times that the sisters who ran the Magdalene laundries are not getting balanced reporting, we had a robust discussion between the author and a number of callers.
Callers united in their view that clamping is more about making money than promoting sensible parking
A warning from Linda - when you're on the LUAS be careful of your belongings
Fascinating debate on whether it is fair that all nuns are now stigmatised by the reputation of the Magdalene laundries
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