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Liveline Friday 3 January 2014

Liveline

Liveline

Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy

Callers from around the country comment on the continuing bad weather.

Colm speaks about a plaque erected at the sport where his mother was killed in a traffic accident.

There was more discusion about the president's Christmas and New Year's message and reaction to it.

Suzanne intervened when she came across a mother who she felt was being unfair to her child on the street. Other callers reacted.

 

 

Stormy weather

Reports of how the stormy weather is affecting west and east coasts

Memorial plaque removed

Colm was grateful to the council for consulting the family before removing their memorial plaque

Christmas and religion

Are we unfairly confusing Catholicism with Christianity? Some callers feel President Higgins' message was entirely appropriate

Intervening in a dispute

Would you intervene if you thought a child was being unfairly treated in public?

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