Liveline Friday 25 July 2014
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We began today with Mayo man Robert whose years living in small apartments in America have influenced his opinions on housing in Ireland. Other callers both agreed and took issue with his views.
Pat got quite a surprise when the ESB changed his Cork address to the United Kingdom!
Emma, Noleen, Colette and Marie were all having Garth Brooks parties.
The loss of our shore rights to cut seaweed was lamented by Lucy and Tom.
Pat feels that maternity leave is good for her business, and that fathers should take paternity leave as well.
Ann's daughter is having real difficulty getting a job under the JobBridge scheme.
Teresa is in limbo regarding work or benefits and is very frustrated by the situation.
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