Liveline Thursday 26 June 2014
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The issue of compensation for airline disruptions going back as far as the ash cloud crisis was discussed by Liveline listeners today.
Deirdre talks to Joe about an experience she had on an international flight, she is a medical professional but because she is not a doctor she was not allowed to use a defibrillator.
Dermot is attempting to organise a small space for a Men's Shed group for the Dublin 12 area as a resource for local men.
Bernie tells Joe about the problems her 89 year old mother is having with the reinstatement of her medical card.
Keith talks to Joe about more issues related to Disabled parking.
John Brennan, sports editor with the Sunday World talks to Joe about the breaking news that Luis Suarez has recieved a four month ban for the biting incident during the recent world cup match against Italy.
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