Here are all the latest headlines this morning...
The Brexit withdrawal agreement is dividing opinions in the UK after Theresa May's cabinet signed off on it yesterday.
The Government’s fundamental position in relation to the Brexit backstop is reflected and protected in the draft Brexit deal agreed in Brussels, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said.
Children in one of the country’s four special care residential centres have told inspectors they felt like they were “living in a youth prison”.
National Guard troops in the US have been searching through charred debris for more victims of California’s deadliest wildfire as top officials toured the ruins of a community completely destroyed by the flames.
Ryanair has been named as a possible significant beneficiary — though an unlikely outright buyer — from an expected sale of British regional airline Flybe.
Glenn Whelan has insisted he has never been cowed by the criticism that has come his way during his Republic of Ireland career.
Elton John is the star of this year's John Lewis Christmas advert with his performance of Your Song the soundtrack to a festive-tinged retrospective of his life and career.
Pat Fitzpatrick gets under the wrapping to see what makes a good bar of chocolate and asks an expert if it is actually better than sex.
Toxic is the 2018 Word of the Year according to The Oxford English Dictionary.
CourtsPlace: UKPlace: BrusselsPlace: USPlace: Republic of IrelandPerson: MayPerson: Theresa MayPerson: IRELANDPerson: TaoiseachPerson: Leo VaradkarPerson: Glenn WhelanPerson: Elton JohnPerson: John LewisPerson: Pat FitzpatrickEvent: ChristmasOrganisation: BrexitOrganisation: National GuardOrganisation: RyanairOrganisation: Flybe