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Thread: The Frontline 05/11/12: The Children's Referendum

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    Default The Frontline 05/11/12: The Children's Referendum

    The Children's Referendum


    Monday, on The Frontline, 22.30pm RTE One.



    On Saturday, November 10th, we’ll go to the polls to cast our votes in the Children’s Referendum. This Referendum proposes to place a dedicated Article in the Constitution concerning the rights of children and their views. It also includes elements regarding State intervention if parents fail in their duty and issues surrounding adoption. But are you still unsure how to vote? Is there a question you’d like to ask?

    On November 5th, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Frances Fitzgerald will be in The Frontline studio to discuss the Referendum and address your concerns. So why not get involved!

    If you’re interested in participating in this item, then get in touch with The Frontline team at thefrontlineaudience@rte.ie or call us on 01 2082941.

    http://www.rte.ie/news/2012/1024/blo...tober2012.html



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    As its november 5th.

    Last edited by Neutron; 5th November 2012 at 10:55 PM.

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    Pat Kenny is allowed to moderate a debate before an election after what happened the last time? RTE really have poor standards don't they. That's actually a disgrace.

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    Is this the same Frances Fitzgerald, who debated for Yes on VB and whose photo appears on the government website and booklet that the High Court judged to be neutral?

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    Good OP, but why included a reference to the gun powder plot other than the date what have the two got in common?
    Britain operated death squads - ''97% of the Loyalists I interviewed were working directly for the State.'' - Nuala O'Loan. #FreeAhedTamimi

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    Quote Originally Posted by simeongrimes View Post
    Pat Kenny is allowed to moderate a debate before an election after what happened the last time? RTE really have poor standards don't they. That's actually a disgrace.

    You're working under the assumption that RTE behave rationally.
    Britain operated death squads - ''97% of the Loyalists I interviewed were working directly for the State.'' - Nuala O'Loan. #FreeAhedTamimi

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    We will hear lots of yes people going on about 3 or 4 shocking cases, but we never here how was it let happen, it certainly was nothing to do with the constitution that's for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eoghanacht View Post
    Good OP, but why included a reference to the gun powder plot other than the date what have the two got in common?
    Its November the 5th, and I like the movie V for Vendetta.

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    I was going to vote No because of the socail taking lola's baby on Eastenders, but now Dim Dana is advocating no, so now i am confused.

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    Sorry that was supposed to be social services who have taken the baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PlanetBertie View Post
    I was going to vote No because of the socail taking lola's baby on Eastenders, but now Dim Dana is advocating no, so now i am confused.
    Now that Dopey Dana's advocating a NO vote the YES will surely win.
    wouldn't you think she would have just disappeared after the eejit she made of herself in the Presidential election.
    Is she not afraid someone will try to assassinate her again petunia

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