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30
JUL

Row over Stormont reform bill

Row over Stormont reform bill. How across the detail were our politicians? Stephen spoke to News Letter political editor Sam McBride, UUP MLA Doug Beattie and commentator Alex Kane. Also on the podcast, row over taxi drivers escalates as they demand more answers and more support from the Executive. And, Chief Medical Officer Dr Michael McBride and Chief Scientific Officer Professor Ian Young urge public to wear face coverings and say there "may be some benefit" to introducing them in schools.
29
JUL

Rebellion in DUP ranks as eleven MLAs go against the First Minister on Stormont reform bill

Rebellion in DUP ranks as eleven MLAs go against the First Minister on Stormont reform bill. Senior DUP source tells Nolan three senior DUP MPs told Arlene Foster not to go through with the bill. Stephen spoke to News Letter political editor Sam McBride, MLA Jim Wells, UUP MLA Steve Aiken and editor of Slugger O'Toole website Mick Fealty. Also on the podcast, taxi drivers tell Nolan they are "on their knees" over lack of support from government. Department for Infrastructure Minister spoke to Nolan.
23
JUL

Health Minister says the PHA is investigating a covid-19 cluster at Moy Park in Ballymena

Health Minister says the PHA is investigating a covid-19 cluster at Moy Park in Ballymena. Stephen spoke to News Letter political editor Sam McBride and Sean McKeever from Unite. Also on the podcast, 'it's constant pain all the time... I just can't cope with it anymore' - Western Trust failing to explain publicly why a woman has been left in extreme pain. Carol and husband Michael spoke to Stephen. And, NI drivers travelling to Republic will need an insurance green card from January. What does it mean for motorists here? Stephen spoke to Malcolm Tarling from Association of British Insurers and SDLP MP Claire Hanna.
22
JUL

Mandatory masks will damage trade - that's the warning from retail bosses

Mandatory masks will damage trade - that's the warning from retail bosses. Should face coverings in shops be compulsory? Stephen spoke to Glyn Roberts from Retail NI, commentator Patricia Mac Bride, and Raymodn Neal from union USDAW. Also on the podcast, DUP MP Sammy Wilson hits out at the BBC over licence fee and accuses the broadcaster of political bias. Stephen got reaction from former MP Lembit Opik and commentator Frank Shivers. Plus, a coronavirus vaccine developed by the Uni. of Oxford appears safe and triggers an immune response. How significant a breakthrough is it in the fight against covid19? Stephen spoke to Danny Altmann, Professor of Immunology at Imperial College London.
20
JUL

PM encourages cautious return to work

PM encourages cautious return to work. Time those without shielding letters got back into the workplace? Or have workers every right to minimise their risk by staying at home? Also on the podcast, Alliance health spokesperson says she will now not holiday in Italy this weekend after saying on Nolan she would not be “breaking any laws” by travelling. And, huge rats around north Belfast industrial estate - and residents of the local area have had enough.

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