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Liveline Thursday 10 October 2013

Liveline

Liveline

Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy

Gp Kevin Kelly talks to Joe about the effect on old age pensioners of having to re-apply for medical cards due to changes in eligability criteria.

Asylum seekers and those who know and have worked with them contiue the discussion on the asylum process in Ireland.

Samantha is annoyed that her daughter will have to pay the back tax on her car despite living and working in Australia due to changes in government regulations on cars being off the road.  

Medical cards & the elderly

Medical cards & the elderly

Elderly people frightened to be told their medical cards are being cancelled

Accommodation for asylum seekers

Accommodation for asylum seekers

Martha, Nuala, Jeanette and Margaret on life as an asylum seeker, being married to an asylum seeker, adopting from abroad and working in an accommodation centre

Car tax

Car tax

Samantha thinks the rules on car tax are particularly unfair on emigrants

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