We started today with Christy whose pension money hadn’t reached his bank due to a computer glitch. With just €8 left in the electricity meter, he and his dog will be waiting anxiously for the money to arrive.
Joseph and Louise take issue with the school transportation scheme and the manner in which the “nearest” school is determined.
Following on from John’s harrowing story of OCD yesterday, Kate, Pat and Ciara shared their stories of dealing with depression, OCD and suicidal thoughts.
We were delighted to hear Marie O’Leary’s happy Ryanair story where she got her purse and €800 back.
We finished today with Ida who has a rescue dog, and Helen who owned an ex show dog.
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Debate and discussion with Philip Boucher-Hayes