BULLETIN: How Brexit will change your everyday life; Vicky Phelan says Taoiseach is 'all talk and no action'

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BULLETIN: How Brexit will change your everyday life; Vicky Phelan says Taoiseach is 'all talk and no action'

IRELAND:Vicky Phelan says Taoiseach is 'all talk and no action' over CervicalCheck response

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IRELAND: Planning refused for 300 homes near Cobh

WORLD: Whether you’ve been following it or not, Brexit will make an impact on your daily life, writes Political Correspondent Fiachra Ó Cionnaith.

BULLETIN: How Brexit will change your everyday life; Vicky Phelan says Taoiseach is 'all talk and no action'

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