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Morning Ireland Friday 18 October 2019
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Rachael English, Gavin Jennings, Audrey Carville and Bryan Dobson.
A selection of stories from the week, as chosen by the Morning Ireland team.
Live news, sports, weather and traffic, presented by Audrey Carville and Bryan Dobson.
Tommie Gorman, Northern editor, discusses the difficulty for the DUP following its latest rejection of the latest deal agreed between the UK and the EU.
Alistair Burt, former Conservative now Independent MP, will be supporting the Brexit deal when it comes to voting tomorrow in the House of Commons.
Jeffrey Donaldson, DUP MP and party chief whip, says the party cannot support the Brexit deal reached in Brussels and will not vote for it tomorrow in the House of Commons.
Tina McKenzie, chairperson of Federation of Small Businesses Northern Ireland, says they are pleased with the details of the Brexit deal but disappointed the DUP will not vote for it.
Seán Whelan, London Correspondent, discusses the next phase of the Brexit deal and how Boris Johnson can get it through Britain's parliament.
Jasper Mortimer, freelance journalist in Ankara, discusses the Turkey ceasefire brokered by the US to allow a Kurdish-led militia leave the border area in Syria.
Sinead Hussey, North East Correspondent, travels to a County Meath village with torn loyalties this weekend as Ireland prepares to meet the mighty All-Blacks.
Greg Maxwell, chairperson of the Novas Agency, discusses the findings of their annual report which shows they worked with over 1,000 children who were homeless or at risk of homelessness last year.
Stephen McIvor, Sports Psychologist and leadership consultant, discusses the mental toughness and leadership qualities required to beat a team like the All-Blacks in the World Cup rugby.
Leo Enright, Space Commentator, tells us that NASA is gearing up for the first ever all-female spacewalk.
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Philip Bromwell reports on 17-year-old Brandon Fay, who was hospitalised with coronavirus and has returned to his work experience placement at the hospital that treated him.
Cian McCormack reports from a church in Dublin where the priest and parishioners are remembering those who've died with Covid-19.
Paschal Sheehy, Southern Editor, meets up with some local producers hoping to be back selling their produce in the farmers' markets next week.