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    Liveline Thursday 4 July 2013



    Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy

    Lorcan left a job to start a new job but on his first day there he was told there was no job after all, he wonders what rights he has in that situation .

    Corin recieved a passport in the post in another person's name , she was looking for Liveline's help in tracing the woman , born in Derry in 1948.

    The subject of community living for people with disabilities was aired again on today's programme with the issue of it being a rights issue for individuals.

    Des called to say he cannot believe the amount of foul language that Irish people use, particularly when they are abroad.  



    Corrine was surprised to receive a passport that wasn't hers - twice!


    Respite care and independent living

    Callers who feel independent living for the disabled is a good thing, but only if it is what they want and in their best interests


    Bad language

    Des has seen the reaction of people abroad to our apparent fondness for bad language


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