Liveline Tuesday 22 July 2014
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Derek Graham and Trevor Hogan spoke to Philip about the situation in Gaza. Derek has lived in Gaza with his for wife for over two years, he is home in Ireland at the moment and described the living conditions there. Trevor wrote a piece for the Irish Independent this morning, he went out on the flotilla to GAZA in 2011 and was locked up by the Israelis. Went back a second time in 2013.
Gerry wanted to thank good Samaritans that stopped and helped him last Friday, he got a blow out on the M9. He had no spare wheel as his car has this new solution and pump system. He was on the side of the road in his wheelchair when 2 kind army officers pulled into assist.
Clare has been through the process with the PRTB in relation to a tenant who has not paid rent for over a year. Nothing has come of it, she has used up all her savings paying the mortgage, the tenant is still in the property and still not paying rent, she doesn’t know what else to do.
Derek spoke about a very emotional meeting he attended in Roscrea last night, the town has a problem with anti-social behaviour and drug abuse. More than 500 people turned up to the meeting.
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