MORNING BULLETIN: Enda Kenny orders review of Ireland's US pre-clearance

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MORNING BULLETIN: Enda Kenny orders review of Ireland's US pre-clearance


IRELAND: Taoiseach Enda Kenny has ordered a “full review” of American pre-clearance operations in Ireland in response to US President Donald Trump’s controversial immigration clampdown.

IRELAND: It seems the health authority is having a hard time attracting nurses to work here.

IRELAND: Campaigners opposed to the design of Cork city’s massive flood defence scheme are planning a human chain protest to highlight their fears.

WORLD: Donald Trump has fired acting US Attorney General Sally Yates after she ordered Justice Department lawyers to stop defending the president's refugee ban.

WORLD: The Article 50 bill - designed to trigger the start of Brexit negotiations for the UK - faces strong opposition in the House of Commons later.

BUSINESS: An Irish technology firm has unveiled a formula to kill bacteria including E.coli by protecting everyday surfaces such as glass and phones against superbugs.

SPORT: Daithi Casey has hailed Colm Cooper as “the best that’s ever played” the game of Gaelic football.


FEATUREJen Hogan and Arlene Harris debate whether or not schools should scrap homework. Have your say in our poll at the end of the story.

VIRAL: Here are 12 things that should perk you up and help you forget about world politics for a bit.

VIDEO: Meg LaGrande was busking in Dublin when two dancers in the audience entered the clearing to perform.

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