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 Challenging the Irish government's decision to allow the US military to use Shannon airport
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The challenge to the Government's decision to allow the US military to use Shannon airport has been taken by a retired Army commandant, Mr Edward Horgan, who is now pursuing a Ph.D programme on issues of international peace and United Nations reform. Mr Horgan (72), a father of three, of Newtown, Castletroy, Co Limerick, served with United Nations peacekeeping missions in Cyprus and the Middle East in the 1970s. He had joined the Army cadet school in 1963 and was commissioned as an officer in 1965.

David Bosankoe turns the tables on Tony Gosling for a change this week to discuss the possible post-Brexit 'double whammy' of a Middle East war and financial collapse. Neither directly related to Brexit but a form of punishment for countries like Italy, Greece and France, even Germany pushing for the end of the oligarchy's 'Soviet-style' European Union.

Olivia Ware (Director) and Viki Browne (Artistic Director) founded Bristol mental health drama charity Many Minds in 2017. They 'facilitate creative spaces and make performances that put people who identify with experiences of mental ill-health in the driver’s seat as a way to break down stigma and trigger generosity and equality'.

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