MORNING BULLETIN: Ireland stands firm on Brexit; Skripal Novichok poisoning suspects 'identified'

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MORNING BULLETIN: Ireland stands firm on Brexit; Skripal Novichok poisoning suspects 'identified'

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IRELAND: Under the shadow of the Liberator, Ireland stands firm on Brexit.

IRELAND: The British Prime Minister will today make her first visit to the Irish border since the Brexit referendum.

IRELAND: Teddy Walsh has a tumour in the corner of his left eye that continues to grow while he waits and waits, for years and years, for an outpatient appointment to see an eye surgeon.

WORLD: Police are believed to have identified the suspected perpetrators of the Novichok attack on Russian former spy Sergei Skripal.

VIEWS: Ryanair needs a leader who can communicate to people what the airline can do for them, not just what it can’t, writes Victoria White.

SPORT: Lucy Mulhall is seeing the Sevens wonders of the world the national women’s Sevens side kick off their World Cup campaign.

SPORT: Ultimately the exploits of Les Bleus won’t solve political tensions in France, says Tommy Martin.

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SHOWBIZ: Actress Roxanne Pallett has been airlifted to hospital following a high-speed crash into a concrete wall, according to reports.

FEATURE: With the recreational use of marijuana set to come into effect in Canada later this year, small towns are taking advantage.

VIRAL: A Chicago teacher took to Facebook to thank kind strangers on a plane who donated hundreds of dollars to her low-income students.

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