This Week Sunday 1 September 2019
Dominic Greive, Former Attorney General and Conservative MP for Beaconsfield, on why he is prepared to vote against his own government if Boris Johnson does not change his current course of action.
Holly Whitbread, Deputy Chair of Conservative Young Women and a Tory councillor for Epping, on why she backs Boris Johnson to leave without a deal on October 31st if necessary.
Samantha Libreri reports on the large fire at a multi-storey car park in Douglas, Co Cork.
John Curtice, Professor of politics at Strathclyde, tells us what we can expect when the Uk Parliament returns on Tuesday.
Joseph Leahy, bureau chief for the Financial Times in Hong Kong, gives us the latest on the protests in Hong Kong.
John Burke reports on the contrasting challenges facing GAA clubs in Dublin and Kerry.
Professor Thia Hennessy, Dean of School and Chair of Agri-Food Economics at Cork University Business School, tells us how much of what you pay for beef goes to farmers and how much to meat processors.
Robert Shortt, Economic Correspondent, examines the challenges awaiting the new Governor of the Central Bank Gabriel Makhlouf.
Presenters: David McCullagh, Carole Coleman & Justin McCarthy