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Liveline Monday 21 August 2017

Liveline

Liveline

Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy

Liveline Monday 21 August 2017

Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy 

Aideen represents the Irish Council Against Blood Sports. She called Liveline to criticise Birdwatch Ireland who have been using controversial Larsen traps in their attempts to protect the endangered curlew. Other callers told Joe about how they use the traps to kill magpies.

Simon Kershaw's daughter lost €1500 in a college accommodation scam. 

A deactivated AK-47 will go on auction in Dublin next month. Retired Defence Forces member Frank Reidy said there was a risk that the gun could get into the wrong hands. Auctioneer Ian Whyte defended the sale. 

Award-winning author John Banville reacted to the news that Trinity College has experimented on over 110,000 animals in five years. He told Joe that humans should be used in the tests instead of animals. 

Bird Traps

Bird Traps

Accommodation Scam

Accommodation Scam

Guns for Sale

Guns for Sale

Animal Testing

Animal Testing

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