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Morning Ireland Wednesday 13 July 2016
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Gavin Jennings and Fran McNulty.
George Parker, Political Editor, Financial Times, discusses the political style of the new UK Prime Minister Theresa May
John McGrane, Director General of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce, looks at the next step for British-Irish trade in the wake of the Brexit vote
Dara Murphy, Minister of State for European Affairs discusses the Taoiseach's meeting with Angela Merkel yesterday and the relationship Ireland hopes to forge with the new British Prime Minister.
Gerry McConville of Dundrum Credit Union discusses the rising costs for parents sending a child back to school
Niall Muldoon, Children's Ombudsman, raises concerns about the numbers of homeless children and what can be done to tackle the problem
John Kilraine, Dublin Correspondent, reports on proposals to limit further the speed limit between the canals which is going out for public consultation
Shane Ross, Minister for Transport, spoke to reporters outside Government Buildings ahead of this morning's Cabinet meeting
Steve Martin, Chief Executive of Global Advertising Agency M and C Saatchi gives his perspective on the decision of the worlds top golfers to withdraw from the Rio Olympics
Caitriona Perry, Washington Correspondent, discusses President Obama's address to the memorial service for the slain Dallas police officers
Colm O'Gorman, Executive Director of Amnesty International Ireland, discusses a new report alleging hundreds of people have been "disappeared" and tortured by Egyptian authorities
Professor Al Gillespie, talks about the 150th anniversary of the laying of the first functioning transatlantic cable and the application to make Valentia Island a World Heritage Site
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Cathy Halloran, Mid West Correspondent, reports on a study which found that a significant population of the pure native Irish honey bee continues to thrive in this country
Louise Byrne reports on a row over calls for the banning of tackling and scrums in underage rugby games