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Today the agenda reflects the changing shape of Northern Ireland - topics like anti-social behaviour, hospital cleanliness and devolution issues are now high on the agenda.

Today the agenda reflects the changing shape of Northern Ireland - topics like anti-social behaviour, hospital cleanliness and devolution issues are now high on the agenda.
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Today the agenda reflects the changing shape of Northern Ireland - topics like anti-social behaviour, hospital cleanliness and devolution issues are now high on the agenda.

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Episodes

Wales could soon have the most restrictive laws on smoking in the UK, but does it go far enough?

5/25/2018
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Should smoking in public be completely banned? We discuss.

Duration:00:34:57

The arguments for and against change debated on the eve of the Republic's abortion referendum

5/24/2018
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Dr Eoghan de Faoite and Amnesty's Grainne Teggart discuss the 8th amendment.

Duration:00:34:22

Households are already £900 a year worse off because of Brexit, says Bank of England boss

5/23/2018
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Former Labour minister Lord Adonis and DUP MP Sammy Wilson discuss the cost of Brexit.

Duration:00:32:38

Arlene Foster says unionism is "inclusive and welcoming to all". Do you agree? Is she the best person to make that argument?

5/22/2018
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Columnist Andree Murphy and former MLA Nelson McCausland give their reaction

Duration:00:38:12

Now that the SDLP is giving its representatives a conscience vote on abortion-related issues, are they still a pro-life party?

5/21/2018
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Tom Kelly and Ruairí O'Kane discuss where this leaves the SDLP on the issue of abortion.

Duration:00:35:22

Is the Royal wedding an international PR event for the UK or a misuse of public money?

5/17/2018
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Anti-monarchists are inviting Britons to snub the royal wedding, are they right?

Duration:00:35:50

UVF flags near mixed Belfast estates removed

5/16/2018
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Jamie Bryson, Michael Long, Dominica McGowan and Peter Osborne discuss the flags issue.

Duration:00:36:52

Controversial Mallusk incinerator approved by senior civil servant is blocked by the High Court

5/14/2018
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Who should make the big decisions in the absence of an Executive and ministers?

Duration:00:34:40

Launch of Troubles legacy consultation

5/11/2018
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DUP MP Sir Jeffrey Donaldson and Sinn Féin MLA Gerry Kelly discuss the document.

Duration:00:39:06

The Irish government is told to butt out of the case of Tony Taylor, the imprisoned dissident republican

5/10/2018
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Unionists and the Alliance party, have raise concerns about Simon Coveney's intervention.

Duration:00:33:20

As President Trump pulls the United States out of the Iran Deal, has the world just become a much more dangerous place?

5/9/2018
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Brian Klaas from the LSE and Drew Liquerman from Republican's Overseas discuss the issue

Duration:00:34:08

Should there be a 'citizen's inheritance' to help redistribute wealth to young people?

5/8/2018
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The Resolution Foundation have proposed a £10,000 payment when young people turn 25

Duration:00:16:32

Protestant church leaders write to Pope

5/4/2018
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Would a papal visit here be a game-changer for peace and reconciliation?

Duration:00:33:20

Can the Ulster Rugby players acquitted in the Belfast rape trial ever recover their professional careers?

5/3/2018
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Ex-player Paddy Wallace & Sarah Green from the lobby group EVAWC discuss the issue.

Duration:00:21:48

Can the Ulster Rugby players acquitted in the Belfast rape trial EVER recover their professional careers?

5/3/2018
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Ex-player Paddy Wallace & Sarah Green from the lobby group EVAWC discuss the issue.

Duration:00:21:48

Supreme Court hears Ashers Case

5/2/2018
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Columnists Fionola Meredith and Terry Sanderson give their views

Duration:00:34:04

The biggest recall of patients NI has ever seen.

5/1/2018
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The Belfast Trust writes to 2,500 patients following concerns about a consultant's care.

Duration:00:43:56

Ian Marshall becomes the first unionist elected to the Irish Senate. A step too far or a step in the right direction?

4/27/2018
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We speak to Christopher Stalford, David McNarry, Malachi O'Doherty and Trevor Ringland

Duration:00:38:09

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