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Morning Ireland Friday 17 May 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English and Gavin Jennings.
A selection of stories from the week, as chosen by the Morning Ireland team
Pat Falvey, Irish mountaineer and adventurer, on the search for Irish man Seamus Lawlor who's been reported missing while descending Everest.
Matthew Parris, London Times columnist and former Tory MP, discusses the Conservative party leadership.
Colm Ó Mongáin, Deputy Foreign Editor, reports from the Jewish settlements in the West Bank.
Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, reports on a garda superintendent and a detective garda arrested in connection with an investigation into suspected corruption in An Garda Síochána.
Fiona Mitchell, London Correspondent, reports from Wales where Nigel Farage's newly formed party is expected to perform well in the upcoming European election.
Fergal Bowers, Health correspondent, reports that The National Maternity Hospital is to commission an external review into the circumstances of a termination of pregnancy in March this year.
Dermot F Shea, Chief of Detectives NYPD, talks about fighting fraud ahead of the International Fraud Prevention Conference.
David Browne, President of the RIAI, discusses the annual public choice architecture awards.
Brian O'Donovan, Washington Correspondent, gives the latest on US presidents proposed visit here.
Sinéad Hussey, North Eastern Correspondent, reports from Navan where parents and children are protesting the loss of funding for their bus service.
Tommy Meskill spoke with the head of Ireland's Eurovision delegation Michael Kealy after last nights semi-final in which Sarah McTernan failed to qualify for the final.
Des Cahill reports on the death of four-time All-Ireland-winning Dublin footballer Anton O'Toole.
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Cian McCormack speaks to people about how rents and quality of life drove them from both Dublin and Ireland
Sinéad Crowley, Arts and Media Correspondent, visits a new museum which aims to showcase Irish literature from the classics up to the present day
Saoirse Exton, a 14 year-old from Limerick, and Gráinne O'Sullivan, a 15-year-old from Co Wicklow, explain why they're taking part in the Global Day of Action on Climate Change