Evening Round-up: Brexit latest; Creche scandal; Meyler departure

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Evening Round-up: Brexit latest; Creche scandal; Meyler departure

So that’s nearly Wednesday 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: The British Prime Minister has been accused of meeting concerns about the impact of a no-deal Brexit on Northern Ireland

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Creches: A family who removed their child from the Hide and Seek creche service at the centre of an RTÉ exposé

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Court: A teenager, who attempted to murder a woman he met online, had unsupervised access to extreme pornography from a young age, unknown contact with the dark web,

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Job losses: Ryanair trade union Fórsa said it is concerned about the prospects the airline

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Dem Debates: President Donald Trump has warned that his 2020 Democratic rivals will lead the country “into an economic sinkhole” as

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Rebel goodbye: Cork GAA chiefs are on the lookout for a new hurling manager following confirmation that John Meyler

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TO ENGAGE

Woodstock: Over three days in 1969, love and peace conquered at Woodstock

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Populists: Public anger has been blamed for the rise of ‘disruptive’ politicians around the globe, but

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TO ENTERTAIN

Mum’s the word: "I have ‘just’ one child but also feel like I’m ‘just’

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Strictly: David James, Chris Ramsey and Emma Barton have been unveiled

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MOST READ SO FAR TODAY

Courts: A former post office employee who stole over €23,000 in old age pension payments from 91 customers has been sentenced to three years

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