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A Winter of Energy Discontent, Bridging Gender Pay and More Headaches for Boris

Concerns for Ireland’s energy security gather apace with some ominous reports this week that Britain may stop supplying gas to mainland Europe if the country is hit by extreme shortages in the coming months and this week on Taking Stock Mandy Johnston...

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10.00 1 Jul 2022


A Winter of Energy Discontent, Bridging Gender Pay and More Headaches for Boris



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10.00 1 Jul 2022


Concerns for Ireland’s energy security gather apace with some ominous reports this week that Britain may stop supplying gas to mainland Europe if the country is hit by extreme shortages in the coming months and this week on Taking Stock Mandy Johnston will be discussing the potential implications of this and the wider issues with Paul Deane from UCC & Mark Varian, Chair of the Energy & Environment Committee with the British Irish Chamber of Commerce.

PwC has called for greater clarity on new rules that oblige larger companies to report and publicly explain their gender pay gap. Mandy is joined by Doone O’Doherty to examine what’s happening

Plus it’s been another eventful week for UK politics and Mandy takes stock of recent developments and what it all means for Boris Johnson's leadership with political scientist Sir John Curtice.


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