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BREXIT

A motion of no confidence in Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of the Labour Party has been tabled for next week. Mr Corbyn said he was "absolutely staying" on as leader.

Here is what Brexit means for Ireland.

The Government's contingency plan for a Brexit was prepared over "many months", the Department of the Taoiseach said.

A UK exit from the EU in the context of the North voting to Remain must prompt a poll on Irish unity, Sinn Féin has demanded.

The Spanish government has called for shared sovereignty over Gibraltar in the face of Britain's decision to leave the European Union.

US presidential hopeful Donald Trump said it is a "great thing" that the people of the UK have "taken back their country" in voting to leave the EU, as he touched down at his golf resort in Scotland.

Nigel Farage has called for the referendum day, June 23, to be declared a bank holiday, saying that it will "go down in our history as our independence day".

A petition calling for a second EU referendum is proving so popular that the website has crashed.

IRELAND

United States Vice President Joe Biden has said that Ireland will still remain a “cornerstone” of US international policy following the British exit from the EU this morning.

Former Senator Jillian VanTurnhout has said fraudulent charities need to be shut down.

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WORLD

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Bernie Sanders has given his backing to Hilary Clinton. In an interview with MSNBC he has said he will vote for Mrs Clinton in November's White House elections.

A French court has refused to reopen an investigation into the death of former Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat amid suspicions that he was poisoned, saying there is no legal ground for an eventual murder trial

SPORT

#EURO2016

Whisper it quietly, Republic of Ireland can indeed knock France out of Euro 2016 on Sunday, writes Peter McNamara.

Roy Keane has vowed to carry on hugging as Ireland gears up for the Euro 2016 showdown with hosts France.

Check out all the latest news, views and banter in our dedicated Euro 2016 section

BUSINESS

The National Treasury Management Agency has said it will monitor the bond markets in the coming days and weeks in the wake of the Brexit vote.

German automation technology company, Pilz, has acquired a 3,000 square metre site adjacent to its existing Cork facility. This will allow it to significantly expand its Irish operations.

LIFESTYLE

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The gallant endeavours of Cork and Kerry explorers enriched our national heritage, writes Brendan Cardiff

ANALYSIS

Isobel was told at CUMH that her baby would either die in the womb or an hour after being born. She decided to go to England for a termination but was appalled by the service and her treatment there, writes Alison O’Connor

VIDEO

An Irish town has launched a massive community campaign to ensure the red carpet is rolled out for a Norwegian family who found their message-on-a-balloon 2,500km away.

VIRAL

In the wake of Brexit, there has been a significant increase in the amount of British people searching for information on how to get an Irish passport.

One Direction’s Niall Horan has labelled the referendum outcome a “sad day” for the United Kingdom.

TECHNOW

GAMING: Microsoft unveiled Dead Rising 4 at E3 last week and while some got hands-on with the game, more footage has leaked online.

MOVIES: We've seen the first few episodes of new Netflix show Stranger Things and this is shaping up to be one intersting supernatural mystery.

TECH: There have been rumours of late that Huawei was set to develop its own mobile operating system, but the company has dismissed such talk.

SHOWBIZ

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Hozier will not be playing in Dublin Castle this evening.

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