The Michael Reade Show Thursday 31st of October 2019

Today on the show: With a snap election ruled out this side of Christmas, Sean Defoe looked at the Taoiseach's explanation as to why going to the polls was not in the interests of the public. As all 9 former ministers who have held responsibility for the National Drugs Strategy call on Government to restore confidence in the programme - Deputy John Curran outlined what needs to be done. The Irish Council of Civil Liberties told us why they've concerns that the use of body worn cameras by Gardai is likely to breach privacy rights and could ultimately hinder community policing - these stories & more along with calls & comments from listeners.


 

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