Liveline Tuesday 6 May 2014
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On today's programme, we spoke about the water charges. People are confused about how much it will cost and how many litres they will be using. Ciara has a long-term illness and needs to use the bathroom a great deal. She says she should be given an allowance. David said that we all use far too much water in our daily lives and Patrick suggested using a composting toilet - which he sells. He admitted that he has not actually sold very many.
We also spoke to Ann Travers who lost her father and her sister at the hands of the Provisional IRA. She spoke about forgiveness and why she feels she doesn't have to forgive those whole killed her family.
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