MORNING BULLETIN: Cabinet majority backs 12-week abortion limit

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IRELAND: Almost two thirds of the Cabinet have confirmed that they fully support legalising abortion up to 12 weeks and will publicly advocate and campaign to achieve it, the Irish Examiner can reveal.

IRELAND: The office of a Fianna Fáil TD has been vandalised by what appears to be members of the pro-life campaign.

IRELAND: A quarter of Cork’s footprint has yet to be built and the city centre will look dramatically different in 20 years to what it does now.

IRELAND: The father of a teenage cyclist who was struck by a drink driver has described having to leave his son’s body at the side of the road to get home to break the news to his daughters before they found out on social media.

BUSINESS: The contracts for the National Broadband Plan (NBP) will be signed by September and the Government will spend €400m to get 100% coverage nationally, Tánaiste Simon Coveney has said.

ANALYSIS: Ireland’s leaders must prepare for the worst on Brexit: As political zeal trumps economic interest, there may be full rupture between England and the EU, writes Denis MacShane.

SPORT: Sergio Aguero clashed with a fan and Pep Guardiola was involved in a tunnel bust-up as Manchester City's quadruple bid was sensationally derailed by Wigan.

SPORT: Simon Zebo aiming for a perfect Cork farewell with Munster.


MORNING BULLETIN: Cabinet majority backs 12-week abortion limit

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