This Week

This Week

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This Week Sunday 14 April 2019

This Week

This Week

A look at events making the news in the past week presented by Carole Coleman and Justin McCarthy.

FAI finances likely to face further scrutiny over expenses

FAI finances likely to face further scrutiny over expenses

John O'Regan, Honorary Secretary of the Kerry District League, Daniel McDonnell, Irish Independent Football Correspondent and Chairman of the Oireachtas Committee on Transport Tourism and Sport Fergus O'Dowd on John Delaney's future with the FAI.

Cancer drug unavailable to public patients

Cancer drug unavailable to public patients

Oncologist John Crown on how a private insurer says it will fund a cancer drug not available to public patients.

Parents of children with autism cannot find adequate schooling

Parents of children with autism cannot find adequate schooling

Justin McCarthy speaks to parents of children with autism who say some cannot find adequate schooling, despite assurances from National Council for Special Education that there are places for everybody. Thomas Byrne, Fianna Fáil Education spokesman, discusses the issue.

Is Ireland equipped to de-radicalise the families of jihadis?

Is Ireland equipped to de-radicalise the families of jihadis?

Dr. Orla Lynch, head of of UCC's criminology department, on whether Ireland is equipped to de-radicalise the families of jihadis who have fought with Islamic state and now want to come back here.

New proposals to tackle corruption

New proposals to tackle corruption

John Devitt, Transparency Ireland, on calls for tougher measures to tackle corruption in business and public life.

What's next for Brexit?

What's next for Brexit?

Tim Bale, Professor of Politics at Queen Mary University in London, on what's next for Brexit as another deadline passed by.

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