(Editors note: Tony addresses the reaction to the Ditch, Niall Collins podcast and the criticisms of new media)
Martin, Tony and Sam Mcilwaine sat down to chat about the news of the week both sides of the border and to get Sam’s report from his very productive few days at Queens University for the Agreement talks that took place earlier this week. This might be the first time you’ll hear about Gerry Adams, Jamie Bryson and Coddle in one conversation.
We also talk criminalising poverty, Fox Views $790m Dominion settlement, Calpol as the most stolen item in Tesco, our corporate tax ‘windfall’ and Martin’s re-watching of The Day After Tomorrow as a documentary.
Full episode available here:https://www.patreon.com/posts/patron-exclusive-81884758
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