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Morning Ireland Wednesday 9 October 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Gavin Jennings and Bryan Dobson.
Richard Bruton, Minister for Communications, Climate Action and the Environment, discusses measures included in Budget 2020 and the latest developments on Brexit.
Seán Whelan, London Correspondent, reports on the events in Downing Street over the last 48 hours while Parliament has been prorogued until next Monday.
Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, reports on reaction to European Council President Donald Tusks warning to the British Prime Minister.
Roisín Shortall, Co-Leader of the Social Democrats, discusses her party's reaction to the 2020 Budget
Séamus Boland, Chief Executive of Irish Rural Link, discusses his group's disappointment in the carbon tax measures announced in yesterday's budget.
Jane Cregan, Irish Rail, tells us that thousands of rail passengers face significant delays to services following the overnight vandalism of signalling equipment between Newbridge and Kildare.
Paul Reynolds, Crime Correspondent, reports on three building companies which paid protection money to a drug dealer.
Katy Balls, Deputy Political Editor of the Spectator, discusses where the important votes might come from in the next UK election.
Fintan Hourihan, Chief Executive of the Irish Dental Association, discusses why the association is concerned over the announcement in yesterday's budget that there will be free dental care for children under six years old.
Fergal Eiffe, Tyre Retailer and Spokesperson for the Irish Tyre Industry Association, reminds motorists to check their tyres, on 'Tyre Safety Day'
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John Hume's speech to the European Parliament after he won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1998.
Eleanor Mannion reports on the restoration of St Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin which has suffered a drop in funding due to the lack of tourists
Cian McCormack reports on the increased number of suspected dog thefts, as demand for pets soars under Covid-19