MORNING BULLETIN: FG split over Enda Kenny exit timing

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IRELAND: This week's Fine Gael parliamentary party meeting will discuss the leadership and a series of leaks which emerged at the weekend. The two most likely successors to Taoiseach Enda Kenny are split on how to remove him from power.

IRELANDCampaigners against plans to build the new National Children's Hospital at St James's Hospital say the cabinet appears to be misinformed on the issue.

IRELAND: Details of the first direct flights from Cork to the US could be announced within days after US authorities sanctioned the airline’s final piece of operational paperwork over the weekend. 

WORLD: Donald Trump has explained remarks that suggested Sweden had suffered a terrorist attack by saying they referred to something he saw on television.

WORLD: Malaysia's ambassador to North Korea has been recalled from Pyongyang amid rising tensions over the suspected assassination of Kim Jong Nam in Kuala Lumpur.

BUSINESS: As much as 98% of companies on the island of Ireland currently have no plan in place to cope with the consequences of Brexit, a new report shows.

SPORT: AC Milan head coach Vincenzo Montella dedicated his side's win against Fiorentina to club president Silvio Berlusconi.

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SHOWBIZ: All hail Dayl, they said, and the Hometown singer was the big winner on the latest outing of Dancing with the Stars, in a week when no-one got the flick

VIRALA Donald Trump super-fan has told CNN how he salutes a life-size, cardboard-box version of the US President in his house.

LIFESTYLE: Is it wrong that non-religious parents have to baptise their children just to get them into a school? asks Áilín Quinlan



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