Tonight with #vinb: The eurozone crises

On Tonight with Vincent Browne, Tom Lyons, Sinéad Pentony, Peter Brown and Tony Foley will discuss Spain's proximity to bailout, the likelihood of Greece exiting the eurozone, the possible "rift" developing between France and Germany and - on another note - the latest twists in Sean Quinn's battle with the IBRC. {jathumbnailoff}

Is the pursuit of a neoliberal agenda itself corrupt?

Below, Vincent Browne blogs ahead of tonight's show.

Tonight we discuss corruption, arising from Elaine’s Byrne’s book, Political Corruption in Ireland 1922- 2010. It details a litany of corrupt practices on the part of politicians and others. {jathumbnailoff}

But: Is it corrupt for politicians to so structure society as to benefit an elite to the detriment of a majority or even a large minority of the people?

The same denial, the same blinded psychopathology

On Tonight with Vincent Browne,  Irish Times religious affairs correspondent Patsy McGarry, Marie Collins, who was abused by a paedophile priest as a child, and Fr Joe McDonald will discuss the new allegations about a 1975 church inquiry into paedophile priest Fr Brendan Smyth brought to light by a BBC documentary, and Cardinal Sean Brady's insistence that he will not resign his position. 

There will also be a feature interview with Cardinal S

#vinb pre-debate poll: Will you be voting Yes or No in the Fiscal Treaty referendum?

Tonight at 9pm on TV3, Simon Coveney, Mary Lou McDonald, Micheál Martin and Joe Higgins take part in the first live televised debate on the Fiscal Treaty. During the debate we'll be curating #vinb tweets here, and we're also asking how you intend to vote in the referendum on 31 May. Cast your vote below! {jathumbnailoff}

The #euref poll is now closed. View the results below. [1]