Liveline Thursday 24 July 2014
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Discussion and debate with Philip Boucher Heyes.
Maria is frustrated at the way the jobs market initiatives by government make it difficult for her to improve her work situation. Other callers spoke of their difficulties returning to work after having children or becoming widowed.
Paul talked to Philip about the recent withdrawl of the Maternity leave directive by the European Commission and the effect this will have on women workers in particular.
Brian is unhappy at the recent changes to access arrangments for cars at the beach at Dollymount in Dublin.
Brenda called to thank a man who looked after herself and her friends when they had a spot of car trouble after a Foster and Allen concert in Dublin.
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