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Morning Ireland Friday 22 March 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Bryan Dobson.
A selection of stories from the week, as chosen by the Morning Ireland team.
Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, analyses the decision made by European Union leaders last night to agree a plan which would delay Brexit from 29 March to 22 May on condition that MPs approve Theresa May's withdrawal deal.
Helen McEntee, Minister of State for European Affairs, gives the Government reaction to last night's decision by European Union leaders to agree a Brexit delay plan.
Craig MacKinlay, Conservative MP and Vice-Chair of Brexit group ERG, discusses the latest Brexit extensions
Vincent Kearney, Northern Correspondent, on the funerals of the three teenagers who died in county Tyrone at the weekend, which take place today.
Regina Doherty, Minister for Employment Affairs & Social Protection, discusses the Fine Gael Ard Fheis this weekend.
Fergal Bowers, Health Correspondent, reports that a new report from Dr Gabriel Scally has found that the policy on open disclosure, which he said was deeply flawed, remains in place.
Brad Burgess, New Zealand Ambassador to Ireland, outlines details of two minutes of silence which will take place in New Zealand to mark a week since the Christchurch terror attacks.
Juliette Gash reports on the Everyone Counts Community Maths Project.
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Tommy Meskill talks to some of the survivors of the Tuam Mother and Baby Home as NUI Galway launches a new oral history project documenting their personal stories.
Cian McCormack reports from West Cork where a local publican has banned the use of mobile phones so that people will talk to each other
Emma O Kelly, Education Correspondent, visits parts of West Dublin, where a number of schools are seeking to merge in the face of demographic changes.