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Liveline Friday 10 May 2013

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Discussion and debate with Damien O'Reilly


Caroline’s husband is a Bus Eireann bus driver. Jackie commutes daily with Bus Eireann. Both women tell Damien why they support the proposed industrial action by Bus Eireann drivers.

Mary recently took her 3 nieces to Legoland in the UK for the weekend. She was shocked when she was stopped on her way back into Dublin and asked if she had a letter of permission to take the girls out of the country.

John is a black belt in Karate and a blue belt in Jujitsu. He is trying to set up a small martial arts club in Dublin. He tells Damien about how the Garda vetting process is hampering his efforts.



Bus Éireann strike

Views from staff and customers to the proposed strike by Bus Éireann drivers

Travelling with children

What are the legal requirements when travelling with other people's children?

Garda vetting

John is having problems getting garda vetting to set up a small martial arts club

Education for children with Down's Syndrome

Patricia and Caitlin are prepared for the battle to get educational support for their children


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Presenter: Joe Duffy


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