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News At One Thursday 22 August 2019

Nearly 1,800 extra gardaí at frontline as part of structural changes

Nearly 1,800 extra gardaí at frontline as part of structural changes

Sir Peter Fahy, retired Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police and a member of the Commission on the Future of Policing gives his reaction to the changes announced this morning by Garda Commissioner, Drew Harris.

AGSI reacts to major Garda reforms

AGSI reacts to major Garda reforms

Antoinette Cunningham, deputy general secretary of AGSI says they "remain unconvinced and a little concerned about the plans they've heard of today."

Backstop is not just 'legal quibbling', Macron tells Johnson in France

Backstop is not just 'legal quibbling', Macron tells Johnson in France

French President, Emmanuel Macron, and British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, meet for talks on Brexit at the Elysee Palace.

Govt makes direct appeal for businesses to get Brexit ready

Govt makes direct appeal for businesses to get Brexit ready

Mary Regan of our political staff reports that just ten per cent of the Brexit loan scheme has been drawn down.

Ocean Viking rescue ship remains stranded 13 days on

Ocean Viking rescue ship remains stranded 13 days on

Sam Turner, MSF Head of Mission for Search and Rescue in Libya, says conditions onboard the ship are deteriorating

Eel fishermen protest over industry crisis

Eel fishermen protest over industry crisis

Our Midlands Correspondent, Ciaran Mullooly, reports on a newly formed association of Irish Eel Fishermen who are protesting in Tarmonbarry.

Fake news can lead to false memories, new study claims

Fake news can lead to false memories, new study claims

Dr Gillian Murphy from the School of Applied Psychology at University College Cork and the lead author of a new study which shows people may form false memories after seeing fabricated news stories.

More people seeking treatment for gambling addiction

More people seeking treatment for gambling addiction

Our reporter Cillian Sherlock speaks to people on Dublin's Henry Street about their gambling habits, and the founder of the advocacy group Problem Gambling Ireland, Barry Grant gives his response to the latest figures

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