Sunday's evening round-up: May's talks with Corbyn; IS bride's plea to return; Ireland's fastest woman

So that’s nearly Sunday evening wrapped up. Here’s some of the stories we published on irishexaminer.com today which we hope will help you make sense of it all this evening.

Sunday's evening round-up: May's talks with Corbyn; IS bride's plea to return; Ireland's fastest woman

So that’s nearly Sunday evening wrapped up. Here’s some of the stories we published on irishexaminer.com today which we hope will help you make sense of it all this evening.

TO INFORM

Brexit: Theresa May has said Brexit talks with Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party will need 'compromise on both sides'. In a video message filmed at her Chequers country retreat, Mrs May said: “I think there are some things we agree on: ending free movement, ensuring we leave with a good deal, protecting jobs, protecting security."

Cyclist killed in West Cork: A cyclist has been killed in a collision with a car in West Cork. The woman, who was in her late 40s, suffered fatal injuries in the townland of Aghills, Skibbereen at around 1pm.

ISIS bride: Lisa Smith, the Irish woman who went to Syria is 2015 and married an ISIS fighter, has said that she wants to come home to Ireland. She said: "I think that people should just realise that all the people here are not terrorists."

Garda Commissioner’s car struck: The gardaí and PSNI have played down travel arrangements after the Garda Commissioner’s car got struck. The Garda Commissioner was being driven in line with “normal procedures” when the vehicle he was travelling in was struck by a security barrier, the PSNI and An Garda Síochána have said.

Rwanda genocide: This year marks 25 years since more than 800,000 people were killed in Rwanda over one hundred days. Survivors Chantal Mutesi and Egwyge Roussard attended a commemoration ceremony in Limerick.

Ireland's fastest woman: Ireland's fastest woman lived up to her billing with a brilliant performance at the Irish Universities Athletics Championships in Athlone on Saturday. Phil Healy clocked the third fastest time in Irish history when winning the women’s 200m in 23.04.

TO ENGAGE

Tax rules: Tax rules require updating to mirror how we work, according to Director of public policy and taxation at Chartered Accountants, Brian Keegan. While it may appear wasteful for Revenue to pursue public bodies for tax, interest and penalties, it is of fundamental importance to the fairness of the tax system that they would do so.

The cost of drilling: Exploration lobbyist, Irish Offshore Operators' Association, has warned of higher energy costs if drilling oil and gas is banned, writes Geoff Percival.

TO ENTERTAIN

Kris Jenner's routine: Kris Jenner says she wakes up at 4.30am every day, as do a number of other celebrities. Here's why.

Game of Thrones takes SNL: Kit Harington was joined by several Game Of Thrones co-stars as he hosted Saturday Night Live ahead of the premiere of the show’s final season. he actor, who plays Jon Snow in the popular series, was joined by Emilia Clarke, John Bradley and Rose Leslie for the opening monologue – in which he refused to give away any Game Of Thrones spoilers.

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