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Daily Fix

The Daily Fix: Bank Holiday Monday

In tonight’s Fix: Protesters take over Nama building, fire at a Dublin church, and should we be flying the Union Jack?

EVERY EVENING, brings you a roundup of the day’s main news – plus any bits and pieces you may have missed:

Will we see what’s on the box? The world’s first commercial television, the 1930 Baird Televisor, is seen at the Glasgow Museums Resource Centre. According to this website, the screen image was the size of a postage stamp. (Christine Lavelle/PA Wire/Press Association Images)

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