A look ahead to Thursday evening's BBC Newsline

Family Focus talks to a group of young people about what they think the current economic difficulties might mean for their futures. Family Focus talks to a group of young people about what they think the current economic difficulties might mean for their futures.

On BBC Newsline this evening Family Focus returns and, continuing with our series looking ahead to the government's planned cuts in public spending, Sarah Travers hears from a group of young people in Ballymoney about their concerns over a shortage of university places, a lack of employment, and what further cuts could mean for their futures.

We'll also be looking at how reaction to the recent reports into Bloody Sunday and the Claudy bombing is affecting how we deal with the past.

Plus, we have the latest from the Down camp as Sunday's All-Ireland Final approaches.

Join us at 1830 BST for news worth watching.

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