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The Frontline Monday 19th November 10.30pm


Neutron

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Congratulations to Cato who guessed tonights show.


Galway hospital & abortions, The Budget, Child benefit cuts all mentioned to be on tongihts show.




That’s Monday, on The Frontline, 22.35pm.


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Or maybe all three!

The renewed X case debate has taken the focus a little off the budget for a while. If they release the expert group report next week then they can keep that going and take some, I stress some, of the heat out of the run into the budget.

However, post-budget nothing is going to distract people from venting anger over cuts and taxes.
 

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They announced that they will be discussing abortion - I suspect one of the Sky channel Vampire shows would be every bit as enlightening:lol:
 

Neutron

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Or maybe all three!

The renewed X case debate has taken the focus a little off the budget for a while. If they release the expert group report next week then they can keep that going and take some, I stress some, of the heat out of the run into the budget.

However, post-budget nothing is going to distract people from venting anger over cuts and taxes.

Looks like you were right, they are indeed doing all 3!
 

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I was on the Frontline once. Great seat. Didn't have the balls to speak.

I must say, Pat was a very a very impressive professional that night. Saw him in a different light.
 

turdsl

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That lady put it exactly the way i have been saying for the last week

Legislators must do their job, legislate. Let the doctor then do his job.as the master of the Rotunda wants.
 

TommyO'Brien

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IMHO we need legislation. I have believed that for quite a while. The current situation isn't adequate.
 

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The Iona Institute is a conservative, Catholic[SUP][1][/SUP] think tank based in Ireland. Founded by David Quinn, a journalist and commentator on religious affairs, it was launched publicly in 2007. Psychiatrist Patricia Casey and journalist Breda O'Brien are amongst its patrons.[SUP][/SUP]

The Institute advocates religion and opposes same-sex marriage and supported limited civil partnerships with broad based religious freedom protections.[SUP][/SUP][SUP][/SUP] It posits that rising crime, family breakdown, drug abuse and other social problems are typical of a "weakened society" and that such a society will fail to recognise the importance of marriage and religion unless an evidence-based case was made.
Iona Institute - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
 

DaveM

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He has a law degree as well. He is bound to be gay, isn't he? No one could be that marriageable...
"Now there's a catch" just flashed through the minds of mammies across the land!
 

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She's a nurse so she knows the facts of the case before the investigation and our abortion laws had no influence. What a moron.
 

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