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    Default RTE1- The Week in Politics

    Apologies if there is another thread on this, but put one up just to be sure. Haven't read the schedule yet, so can't stay who will be on tonight.

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    On now, topics include NAMA; child abuse scandals- and an out-take of today's dail session

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    richard bruton - the man most likely to replace brian leniha. I thought that was eamon gilmore !

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    Lenihan's emphasise-every-second-syllable voice makes me want to grind my teeth.

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    Interesting, Brian Lenihan and Richard Bruton

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    Party canvasssing on now

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    SF on the ropes on MLM's desire for a Dail seat.
    Childers made an eejit of herself banging on about her da again.
    Pat the Cope robbing some poor lad's chips.
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    Bruton kicked ass.

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    Lenihan disappointing again. He didn't sound convinced of what he was saying himself.

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    Bruton was his usual good.

    Wish they would leave Hogan at home!

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