Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy.
The use of a human body part in an advert for the animal rights group PETA was inspired by the discovery of human remains at a recycling facility in west Dublin recently. A spokesperson for PETA and a Fianna Fail councillor are among the callers who discuss the issue.
The extent of anti-social behaviour in central Dublin and the efficacy of the methadone treatment programme for drug addicts continue to be discussed today.
PETA Billboard Ad
Crime in Dublin City Centre
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Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy