Liveline

Liveline

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Liveline Thursday 29 May 2014

Liveline

Liveline

Tommy is sick and tired of going into the back and being directed to machines to do his banking.     Where have all the tellers gone.

Steve is an electrician working on the dart line this morning after the cable was stolen.   There were seven sites where the cable was taken. If people saw the results of high voltage shock on the human body they would never do this.

Tommy says if you buy black market goods you are encouraging theft. He rang in relation to Colm’s call when he spoke about buying back his stolen tools.    

Philomena’s mother was in that mother and baby home in Tuam and had to leave her child in there. She was thrown out after her mother, Philomena’s grandmother, found out she was pregnant.  She stayed in the home for a full year, she never told anyone about the pregnancy or baby. All her family kept the secret too. Philomena found out she had a brother only last year after 60 years. He had been fostered out.

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