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Liveline Thursday 17 September 2020

Liveline

Liveline

Discussion and debate with Joe Duffy.

HSE Wording on Literature

On Liveline today, we spoke to Sarah who took offence that the HSE refers to people with a cervix, rather and 'women and trans men', in their literature regarding cervical health and smear testing. Amy rang to say that she didn't mind the eradication of the word 'woman' and that she felt it was inclusive.

Vandalism of Statues

Julie spoke about the statue of Our Lady in Coolock which has been vandalised. Richard spoke about the Roger Casement statue in Ballyteigue in Co Kerry which recently was adorned with the local club's jersey and a hurley cable-tied to his hands.

Stage 3 Theater Lock Down

Actor Gary Cooke said he didn't understand why theaters and galleries would be closed if Dublin moved to Stage Three of the proposed lock down. He didn't understand why restaurants and bars would be allowed to stay open.

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