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Week Ahead on World Monthly: w/c 3rd July

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Dave Rose sits in for Lisa and discusses a big week for Northern Ireland power sharing and border discussions, what the lack of immigrants to the UK means for public sector pay, how this week might look with President Trump’s latest travel ban, and what the German gay marriage vote might mean for Angela Merkel’s electoral hopes.

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