LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Bomber was reported for extremist views; Motor insurers win Setanta Supreme Court appeal

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WORLD: Salman Abedi was reported to authorities for his extremist views after criticising an imam for "talking bollocks" during a sermon criticising the Islamic State (IS) terror group.

WORLD: Media from the United States have leaked intelligence being used in the UK investigation into the Manchester bomb attack.

IRELAND: The Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland has won its Supreme Court appeal over decisions it is potentially liable for claims brought against collapsed insurer Setanta

IRELAND: A racist remark over the Manchester suicide bombing may have led to a fatal lunchtime attack in Limerick city centre yesterday.

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SPORT: Manchester United and Manchester City have pledged £1million to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, the clubs have announced.

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LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Bomber was reported for extremist views; Motor insurers win Setanta Supreme Court appeal

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SHOWBIZ: Ariana Grande’s manager, Scooter Braun, has said he will honour those who died in the Manchester terror attack by “laughing, loving and living”.

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