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Morning Ireland Tuesday 11 June 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English and Gavin Jennings.
Fergal Bowers, Health Correspondent, on the second report of the Scally Inquiry into the CervicalCheck controversy.
Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, reports on a stabbing incident in Dublin city centre in the early hours of this morning.
Tommy Meskill reports on a stabbing incident in Dublin city centre.
Seamus Coffey, Chairperson of Irish Fiscal Advisory Council, discusses its latest report which criticises the Government's spending plans.
Michael McGrath, Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Finance and Peter Burke, Fine Gael TD, discuss the latest report by the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council.
Mícheál Lehane, Political Correspondent, discusses new legislation which will see a change in the Nursing Homes Support Scheme.
Fiona Mitchell, London Correspondent, discusses the 10 candidates in the running to succeed Theresa May's
Sarah Philips, Chairperson of TENI, Transgender Equality Network, discusses a new educational document by the Vatican on gender ideology.
John Leech, Chief Executive of Water Safety Ireland, discusses the need for mandatory regulations in aquatic leisure centres.
Chris Patten, final Governor of Hong Kong, discusses the moves by Hong Kong to allow extradition to mainland China.
Ciaran Mullooly, Midlands Correspondent, reports as recruitment is underway at Centre Parcs in Longford.
Prof John Sweeney, Emeritus Professor of Geography at Maynooth University, on what happened the 'Leaving Certificate weather' this year.
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Philip Bromwell meets a running enthusiast who has shared the deeply personal story behind his new business venture in Dublin
Éilís Sheehy has been speaking to people in Meath, Monaghan and Dublin about the use of campaign posters during the general election.
Gill Stedman reports live from Maynooth University and speaks to students on the significance of the Saturday vote