Richard Bruton, Minister for Education, discusses the Apple tax decision, the ASTI decision to ballot members on industrial action, and the situation of Paddy Flynn and his failure to secure a place at St John's De La Salle secondary school in Ballyfermot
Families to meet UK's Rudd over Birmingham inquest
Fiona Mitchell, London Correspondent, discusses the planned meeting between families of the victims of the Birmingham bombings and the UK Home Secretary, Amber Rudd, and the tough job facing Theresa May at the G20 summit in China
Extra Audio: Merkel's CDU beaten into third place by the anti-immigration party
Chancellor Angela Merkel's CDU party was beaten into third place by the anti-immigration Alliance for Germany in regional elections in the north-east of the country yesterday.
Michael Sturmer, chief Correspondent with Die Welt, told Cathal Mac Coille why her party's poor result is seen as significant.