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Slow trading to hit Barclays

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Headstrong sold to Genpact

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The Genedrive share price is falling so here’s what I’m doing now

first_imgThe Genedrive share price is falling so here’s what I’m doing now Simply click below to discover how you can take advantage of this. I would like to receive emails from you about product information and offers from The Fool and its business partners. Each of these emails will provide a link to unsubscribe from future emails. More information about how The Fool collects, stores, and handles personal data is available in its Privacy Statement. One stock that I noticed fall in price substantially yesterday is Genedrive (LSE:GDR). The Genedrive share price is down almost 30% after it announced half-year results.Genedrive is a molecular diagnostics firm that develops and commercialises low cost, rapid, versatile, simple to use molecular diagnostics platforms for the diagnosis of infectious diseases. These are used in patient stratification. Its developments have been validated and launched in Africa and the Asia Pacific region. It also has distribution agreements for the use of its platforms in EMEA.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…The Genedrive share priceThe past 12 months have been a roller-coaster ride for the Genedrive share price. Just over a year ago today, it was trading for less than 25p per share. At the time of the market crash, its shares were up to 220p, which is a five-year high. As I write, I can purchase shares for less than 70p per share. At the beginning of trading yesterday, the Genedrive share price was over 115p.Since that point, however, things have been quite up and down. I do believe Genedrive is a stock which has potential and with its recent slump and past highs, there may be an opportunity to add it to my portfolio cheaply.Upon reviewing its results for the six months to 31 December, I must admit I was disappointed. I believe this is the reason the Genedrive share price has dropped off since the results were announced yesterday.Half-year resultsGenedrive reported total revenues of £400,000 for the six-month period. This is down from £600,00 compared to the same period last year. As a result, its operating loss rose to £2.9m from £2.6m which is disappointing. As of 15 March, cash stood at just less than £3m. There was an R&D tax credit of £1m still outstanding too.Genedrive’s results were in part due to delays and the pandemic affecting sales. A prime example of this was a contract with the US Department of Defense stalling somewhat that has suppressed progress in what could have been extremely lucrative. Further impact of the Covid-19 pandemic relates to Genedrive’s Covid-19 testing kit. Progress has slowed down as it awaits regulatory approval from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA).As well as less than stellar results, these other aspects have weighed on the Genedrive share price in recent times in my opinion.What I’m doing nowI must note there are positives to take from its recent update. The firm is now debt-free which is always an attractive trait for any company. In addition, there are commercial contracts in which Genedrive is involved that are producing results. There is a distribution agreement with Beckman Coulter Life Sciences as well as an opportunity with the European Ministry of Health that could bring in millions in revenue.Overall I am not tempted by the falling Genedrive share price. I will keep an eye on developments, however. Right now, I won’t be investing my hard-earned cash. 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ALASKA: Summer storms cut remote village’s water supply

first_img Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Rector Martinsville, VA Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Virtual Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course Online Course Aug. 9-13 Cathedral Dean Boise, ID ALASKA: Summer storms cut remote village’s water supply School-age children evacuated to regional hub Featured Jobs & Calls Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 Comments are closed. Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Rector Smithfield, NC AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Episcopal Church releases new prayer book translations into Spanish and French, solicits feedback Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs Rector Collierville, TN Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ An Evening with Aliya Cycon Playing the Oud Lancaster, PA (and streaming online) July 3 @ 7 p.m. ET Rev. Joyce Parry-Moore says: Rector Albany, NY Youth Minister Lorton, VA New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA Rector Bath, NC Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. 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Photo/Janet Mitchell[Episcopal News Service] Harsh weather conditions and extreme storm warnings are nothing new for the residents of Kivalina, but the late summer’s heavy rains and subsequent rising water levels have left the island community without clean water and delayed the start of school locally.“According to a friend, NOAA [National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration] had predicted a few months back that they expected 2012 weather systems to be on the extreme side. That prepared some of us mentally to expect worse than usual weather patterns, but we take it for granted that the weather is just going to be stronger than normal,” said Colleen E. Swan, a member of Kivalina Epiphany Episcopal Church and Kivalina Church Women treasurer, in an e-mail to ENS.“I never gave much thought to what may come with it, such as having our water pumping system fall into the water and not being able to fill our water holding tanks. I never thought that more rain water meant less drinking water or that our school start-up would be cancelled ‘til further notice,” she continued.Heavy rains flooded the community’s landfill and damaged its water system, which includes a pipeline that carries drinking water from the nearby Wulik River to the village’s two water-storage tanks, according to news reports and updates to the Kivalina Water Facebook page.“… we lost part of our pipes into the river, as well as the concrete block holding the end up by the mouth of the river. We cannot pump until we find new pipes but we have no monies to purchase any,” said Janet Mitchell, a city administrator and secretary of the Kivalina Epiphany Church Mission Committee in an Aug. 29 post on the Facebook page.The onset of winter may further complicate repairs, said Mitchell in a CNBC News story Sept. 5.In addition to the water tanks, the pipeline supplies water to village’s school and its teacher housing. School was scheduled to start on Aug. 20, and according to news reports, school officials expect school to begin in Kivalina by Oct. 1. (While the school, the teacher housing, the washeteria and the health clinic have running water, residents of Kivalina don’t have indoor plumbing in their homes and carry potable water from storage tanks.)The village of Kivalina sits on the tip of a six- to eight-mile-long barrier island – a quarter-mile at its widest – some 80 to 120 miles above the Arctic Circle between the Chukchi Sea and the Kivalina Lagoon in Alaska. It is home to about 400 Inupiat people and reachable only by plane and boat in the summer and plane, and snowmobile in winter.“We are in a catch-22 situation where the community needs the fresh water from the rain. But at the same time, all of this rain is also causing a delay in filling the water tanks because of the high turbidity level. And that was the situation till more rain came and damaged the water pumping system. I fail to understand why the state of Alaska has not declared a disaster, especially when this situation has caused our school to remain closed,” said Swan.Kivalina and the Northwest Arctic Borough, a regional governing body, both have declared the situation a disaster, the borough’s declaration made emergency funds available for the purchase of drinking water. The Diocese of Alaska also sent $1,000 to Kivalina for the purchase of drinking water, according to a Facebook post by Mitchell.“Once again our family in Kivalina is struggling against the forces of nature. Consistent with the spirit of a people who have thrived for centuries in one of the harshest climates inhabited by humankind, the people of Kivalina are working to provide for their village despite yet another unique natural ‘disaster,’” said Diocese of Alaska Bishop Mark Lattime.“People who know the story of the village of Kivalina, understand that the village is slowly eroding into the ocean. The process of erosion is accelerating with the loss of sea ice caused by warming oceans. Recently, however, Kivalina is facing rising waters and flooding due to an unprecedented weather pattern that has brought rainfall to the area for several weeks. So far rainfall has exceeded 12 inches. The result has been the complete breakdown of the community’s fresh water supply.”Not only has the flooding washed away the pump that draws fresh water from the river source that supplies the village, but the flood has also caused the river to become too turbid to filter, making it impossible, or useless, to drawn water from the river by hand. Adding to the challenge, the village’s power generation plant, in an effort to provide lower-cost electricity, has been burning “used” oil. The result is that the exhaust from the plant has made gathering rain water also impractical as runoff from roofs is polluted by soot—the byproduct of burning used oil, Lattime added.The children of Kivalina have been evacuated to Kotzebue, a regional hub, where they can attend school while the village works to restore its water resource. The school in Kivalina remains closed, said Lattime.“Despite on-site inspections by the [U.S.] Department of Homeland Security and the governor [of Alaska], Kivalina has been left to address the problem on their own. However, just as it requires enormous cooperation to successfully hunt a bowhead whale, the traditional food source of these Inupiat people, the people of Kivalina are working together to solve their water crisis. The plan is to coordinate volunteers using ATVs and small boats to travel up the Kivalina River to find areas where the water is less turbid and able to be properly filtered for human consumption. These volunteers will collect the water in portable containers and, upon returning to the village, the water will be used to refill the community water tank.“Monumental task? You bet. Will they succeed at it? Most certainly,” said Lattime.  “Monumental tasks that require cooperation and hard work define the traditional spirit of the people of Kivalina. Nevertheless, they can use help. Mostly they need financial resources to help purchase fuel for the equipment they are using to get to the clear water. The price of gasoline in Kivalina is over $6 per gallon, and it will take hundreds of gallons of fuel to make enough trips to refill the community water tank.”The Diocese of Alaska, after consulting with the leadership in Kivalina and asking them what they needed, contributed $1,000 to aide their efforts. It is certain that they could use more financial support until their fresh water system is back in full operation and the river has settled, said Lattime.“Then they can return to working on a solution to the slow erosion of their island home,” he said.Early this summer at the 77th General Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana, Austin Swan Sr., a deputy from the Diocese of Alaska, and a resident of Kivalina, shared his firsthand experience with climate change and its threat to the community’s continued existence during a hearing on Resolution B023.Of the 200 native coastal communities in Alaska, varying degrees of erosion affect about 180 of them, according to the federal government’s General Accounting Office. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has said that Kivalina is one of three native communities in need of relocation.As explained in the resolution’s explanation, Kivalina “has been ever-increasingly at risk because of global climate change. Loss of sea ice has led to increased coastal erosion, land failure, and unreliable, if not perilous, conditions for the practice of subsistence hunting.”— Lynette Wilson is an editor/reporter for Episcopal News Service. An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Submit a Press Release Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Director of Music Morristown, NJ Rector Knoxville, TN Featured Events Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OHlast_img read more

Florida educators: Funding essential to reopen safely

first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Please enter your comment! Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced K-12 schools will continue with distance learning for the rest of the school year due to COVID-19. (stevepb/Pixabay) Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Please enter your name herecenter_img The Anatomy of Fear You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here TAGSCOVID-19Federal CARES ActFlorida Education AssociationGovernor Ron DeSantisReopeningSchools Previous articleAAA reports fuel prices stall on renewed COVID concerns; commits to $1 million to community initiatives in response to George Floyd killingNext articleLimited time left for youth to apply to earn $1,000 and discover college, career pathways through CareerSource Central Florida Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR President of the Florida Education Association calling on U.S. Sens. Marco Rubio and Rick Scott to urge passage of the HEROES Act for additional fundingFrom Public News ServiceGov. Ron DeSantis says Florida will use nearly $1 billion in federal CARES Act funds to help schools reopen at full capacity in August, as educators say every penny counts in order to do so safely.Special-needs teacher Peggy Sue Sternad, president of Gilchrist Employees United, says schools will need additional personnel and supplies beyond papers, books and pencils.There are additional costs for disposable masks, gloves and disinfectants, and Sternad says all of those needs will multiply for children with special needs going back to the classroom.“It costs so much money for these children now, so what are we truly looking at and what are they going to do to really help with those needs,” she states.DeSantis says schools will have 12 options for spending the money they receive, including funds for buying cleaning supplies and using them on mental health support services. The plan also includes recommendations for keeping students apart in classrooms to reduce the possible spread of COVID-19.Fred Ingram, president of the Florida Education Association, is calling on U.S. Sens. Marco Rubio and Rick Scott to urge passage of the HEROES Act, which is a stimulus package that also would provide additional support to schools.Ingram says the governor’s plan isn’t adequate.“We do not think that is going to be enough money, simply because our state has underfunded our schools for so many years,” he states. “We have to think about not only programmatic ideas, those classes, programs that kids want and need — band, art, drama, dance, sports programs — but also science labs.”Linda Mincey, special needs kindergarten teacher and president of Washington County Education Association, says she is worried about the lack of support for rural children, currently sitting at home without essential tools.“Some of our students are so rural that it’s hard to get Internet access,” she points out. “I guess what I’m saying is funding for everyone to have a chance.”The governor’s plan does include $64 million in flexible funds for summer programs to help boost literacy instruction in kindergarten through fifth grade to help close achievement gaps resulting from the pandemic.With safety being a top concern, Sternad says parents and teachers need to be at the table to help make decisions on the local level on whether a school is actually ready to open.“They really need to talk to us,” she stresses. “They really need to talk to someone that lives it every day so that they can truly see the needs and help us. ”According to the governor’s plan, all reopening steps would include provisions for students, staff and faculty to follow health and safety guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitterlast_img read more

USCA Requesting USDA Help in Assisting Cattle Producers

first_imgHome Indiana Agriculture News USCA Requesting USDA Help in Assisting Cattle Producers SHARE USCA Requesting USDA Help in Assisting Cattle ProducersThe fallout from the coronavirus pandemic has been extremely difficult for the cattle markets. The April contract has lost more than $10 in a week, causing even more stress on the industry.In an effort to help stop the consistent losses in the cattle markets, the U.S. Cattlemen’s Association is calling upon the USDA for their help to assist cattle producers. According to Lia Biondo, policy and outreach director of USCA, their first request is to restore the U.S. cattle market during the COVID-19 outbreak.“What we’re specifically asking for is for [Secretary Sonny Perdue] to use his authority under the Commodity Credit Corporation to develop and implement some sort of needed program that will help U.S. cattle producers make it through this difficult time period,” said Biondo.USCA is also asking Secretary Perdue to ensure that contingency plans are in place at meat processing facilities. That means keeping their doors open if an employee were to contract the coronavirus.“Send that employee home, obviously, but make sure that there are contingency plans in place to ensure that the packing plants are operational,” said Biondo. “We’ve got food flying off the shelves across the U.S. We’re going to need a little bit of additional regulatory flexibility and additional financial assistance to continue supplying the nation with a wholesome, abundant supply of food.”Biondo says USCA’s third request is for USDA to take a closer eye on cattle markets to prevent anti-competitive buying practices.“Making sure we’ve got that market oversight to help line out the cattle markets right now, which are having a difficult time in the wake of the coronavirus,” she said.Without these additional programs, Biondo thinks there will be producers going out of business in the long term because cattle producers have been hit with many years of continued losses.“It’s not that the coronavirus is the reason for the market low, but it’s one of the reasons and it’s been the reason that has culminated all of these other low price years,” said Biondo.In a statement to the cattle industry on Monday, USDA wrote that its agencies are committed to ensuring the health and safety of its employees and providing timely services to keep the food supply flowing. USCA Requesting USDA Help in Assisting Cattle Producers Facebook Twitter By Ashley Davenport – Mar 17, 2020 Facebook Twitter SHARE Previous articleNew Tools for Profitability in Volatile TimesNext articleA Request to USDA for Assist for Cattle Producers and New Tools for Profitability in Volatile Times on the HAT Wednesday Morning Edition Ashley Davenportlast_img read more

Foreign journalists refused entry and denied visas

first_img Reporters Without Borders today urged Cuba to let foreign journalists into the country “so they can do their job freely and without restriction or aggression” and said it was disappointed at the regime’s refusal to allow half a dozen of them into the country and the blocking of visas for others. A group of journalists, including Alvaro Ugaz, of the Peruvian radio station RPP, and Mario Antonio Guzmán, of the Chilean station Radio Cooperativa, were turned back at Havana airport on 2 August when they told interior ministry police they had come to report on the situation concerning President Fidel Castro’s health. The officials said they did not have a press visa and made them leave on the flight they had arrived on. They said all journalists arriving with just a tourist visa would not be allowed in. Guzmán said it would take up to three weeks to get a press visa and the journalists had decided to take a chance and see if they could get in on a tourist visa.“The Cuban government, which is used to spying on the foreign press, has clamped down on access to the country,” the worldwide press freedom organisation said. “It is understandable that journalists should try to get in on tourist visas to do their job of reporting since it is so hard to get press visas. The present uncertain situation justifies the presence of the foreign media but the regime unfortunately seems to want to limit the number. But they must be allowed in.“We are also concerned about independent journalists in the country who have been indirectly threatened by senior military officials and warned not to create confusion. We are also watching closely the treatment of the 23 journalists currently in prison in Cuba,” it said.Other journalists, including reporters from the Washington Post and Miami Herald, were turned back at the airport. Juan Tamayo, the Herald’s chief of correspondents, said one of his paper’s journalists, who he did not name, had been put on a plane to Panama after presenting a tourist visa and saying he had come to work as a journalist. Since the announcement of President Castro’s illness, Cuban embassies have refused to issue visas or not responded to journalists’ requests. The regime has only issued a few visas to foreign journalists in recent years and those working for media outlets considered “dangerous” to national stability are routinely refused entry. Dozens have been expelled from the country. CubaAmericas Help by sharing this information New press freedom predators elected to UN Human Rights Council CubaAmericas RSF_en Receive email alerts Follow the news on Cuba News October 12, 2018 Find out more May 6, 2020 Find out more October 15, 2020 Find out morecenter_img to go further August 4, 2006 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Foreign journalists refused entry and denied visas Reporters Without Borders deplores Cuba’s turning back of several foreign journalists who arrived on 2 August. They were told they did not have the necessary hard-to-get press visas and forced to leave. News News RSF and Fundamedios welcome US asylum ruling in favor of Cuban journalist Serafin Moran Santiago Organisation News 5 rue Geoffroy-Marie – 75009 Cuba and its Decree Law 370: annihilating freedom of expression on the Internetlast_img read more

RSF alerts UN rapporteur about threats to Indian recipient of its press freedom prize

first_img February 23, 2021 Find out more November 30, 2018 – Updated on August 23, 2019 RSF alerts UN rapporteur about threats to Indian recipient of its press freedom prize Receive email alerts News Indian journalist wrongly accused of “wantonly” inaccurate reporting Follow the news on India Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has sent an urgent appeal to the UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions following a surge in death threats to Swati Chaturvedi, an Indian journalist who is one of the recipients of this year’s RSF Press Freedom Prize. Help by sharing this information Organisation India: RSF denounces “systemic repression” of Manipur’s media IndiaAsia – Pacific Protecting journalistsOnline freedomsInternational bodies WomenInternetFreedom of expressionUnited NationsRSF Prize IndiaAsia – Pacific Protecting journalistsOnline freedomsInternational bodies WomenInternetFreedom of expressionUnited NationsRSF Prize center_img RSF demands release of detained Indian journalist Siddique Kappan, hospitalised with Covid-19 Swati Chaturvedi received the RSF “Prize for Courage” at a ceremony in London on 8 November (photo: BEN Stansall / AFP). to go further “One more Gauri Lankesh in the making,” says one of the recent threatening tweets about Chaturvedi. It refers to the murder of Gauri Lankesh, a fellow journalist who was gunned down outside her home last year.Chaturvedi, who received the RSF “Prize for Courage” at a ceremony in London on 8 November, told RSF that she gets “about a dozen of the threats every week” and that that she “can’t even keep up” with them.Because of the surge in online threats, RSF addressed an urgent appeal on 28 November to Agnes Callamard, the UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions.“This type of comment can no longer be taken lightly in the current context, in which online threats can now lead to physical attacks,” said Daniel Bastard, the head of RSF’s Asia-Pacific desk. “We call on the Indian authorities to do everything possible to guarantee Swati Chaturvedi’s safety and to prosecute those responsible for these hate messages.”The author of the tweet referring to Gauri Lankesh identifies himself in his profile as “a proud Hindustani.” Chaturvedi has repeatedly been target of online threats and hate campaigns ever since writing a bestseller entitled “I am a troll” about her undercover research into the troll armies used by the Hindu nationalist right.But the threats recently surged dramatically after a Brut India video highlighting Chaturvedi’s RSF Prize award and her troll army book went viral.India is ranked 138th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2018 World Press Freedom Index. News March 3, 2021 Find out more RSF_en News April 27, 2021 Find out more Newslast_img read more

Strict visitor restrictions remain at University Hospital Limerick

first_imgNumbers of Limerick hospital group staff sidelined by COVID-19 reduces by 162 in past 7 days Previous articleGirls rescued from under Limerick bridgeNext articleFour arrested in Operation Thor crackdown Staff Reporter Management at most overcrowded and most COVID-hit hospital apologise to patients ‘waiting over 100 hours’ for a bed Advertisement NewsHealthStrict visitor restrictions remain at University Hospital LimerickBy Staff Reporter – April 4, 2018 1304 53 patients waiting for beds at UHL Linkedin University Hospital LimerickStrict visitor restrictions remain in place at University Hospital Limerick.Restrictions were initially put in place in late December following an increase in seasonal influenza.The restrictions remain in force as a precaution as the hospital manages a small number of norovirus and other notifiable cases.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Until further notice, it is necessary to restrict visitors to one person per patient only and to remind members of the public that visiting hours are from 2pm to 4pm and from 6pm to 9pm only and are to be strictly adhered to. This applies to adult and paediatric patients alike and parents visiting children are advised not to bring siblings on visits.We regret any inconvenience caused to patients and relatives by these necessary measures, which are being taken in the interests of patient care.More about health here. TAGSpatientrelativesrestrictionsuniversity hospital limerick Emailcenter_img WhatsApp Twitter Updated statement on service disruptions UL Hospitals Group RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR 64 patients waiting for beds in UHL Print Facebook University Hospital Limerick Christmas Gift appeal for children in Direct Provisionlast_img read more

Mac Lochlainn says FF garda motion displays “breathtaking hyprocisy”

first_img Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan fire Pinterest 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North Facebook Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry Google+ News By News Highland – January 29, 2013 Previous articleO’Neill says Ballyshannon house row is a “planning issue”.Next articleDonegal Creameries extends Donegal Team sponsorship deal News Highland WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR The Sinn Fein Justice Spokesperson is accusing his Fianna Fail counterpart of displaying “breathtaking hypocrisy”.Donegal North East Deputy Padraig Mac Lochlainn was speaking ahead of a Fianna Fail motion calling on the Minister for Justice to reverse the decision to shut down almost 100 garda stations this week, five of them in Donegal.Fianna Fail’s Justice spokesperson Niall Collins says clarity is needed on Minister Alan Shatter’s plans, and he fears cuts will hamper the forces operations and further impact on morale.However, Deputy Mac Lochlainn says in 2010, when Fianna Fail were in government, Niall Collins sought to have Donegal Garda Michael O’Boyce, the then GRA president, removed from the force, because he was about to make a speech criticising government cuts………[podcast][/podcast]center_img 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic Facebook WhatsApp Twitter Mac Lochlainn says FF garda motion displays “breathtaking hyprocisy” Google+ Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Twitter Pinterestlast_img read more