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News At One Tuesday 15 October 2019

News At One

News At One

News, sport, business and interviews with Aine Lawlor and Claire Byrne.

Two arrested after man killed in Co Dublin stabbing

Two arrested after man killed in Co Dublin stabbing

Crime Correspondent Paul Reynolds reports that a 31-year-old man has died after a stabbing incident in Loughlinstown, Co Dublin. Our reporter Aengus Cox was at the scene this morning and got the reaction of some of the locals in the area.

Current UK Brexit proposals not good enough - Barnier

Current UK Brexit proposals not good enough - Barnier

Europe editor Tony Connolly reports that EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said he needed a legal text agreed by the end of the day to recommend that a summit of EU leaders on Thursday and Friday approves any deal.

"Megaphone diplomacy has abated"- Opposition parties respond to Brexit

"Megaphone diplomacy has abated"- Opposition parties respond to Brexit

Political Correspondent, Michéal Lehane reports that Brexit has been the main issue for the Cabinet meeting this morning and the top issue for opposition parties who were speaking about the latest developments on the plinth.

US tells Turkey to impose immediate ceasefire in Syria

US tells Turkey to impose immediate ceasefire in Syria

Suzanne Lynch- Washington correspondent for the Irish Times reports that the United States has told Turkey to impose an immediate ceasefire in Syria.

Fear of 'difficult' tenants driving landlords out of market - RTB

Fear of 'difficult' tenants driving landlords out of market - RTB

The chairman designate of the Residential Tenancies Board, Tom Dunne, has suggested some landlords are "vulnerable," adding that many of them - who are "accidental" landlords - might not be aware of the risks associated with being a landlord.

DUP "not in the strong position they once were"

DUP "not in the strong position they once were"

Belfast Newsletter columnist, John Tongue, says the DUP do not want to be blamed for a no-deal Brexit.

Motion to return remains of James Joyce & Nora Barnacle

Motion to return remains of James Joyce & Nora Barnacle

Dublin City Council have proposed a motion to have the remains of James Joyce and his wife Nora Barnacle repatriated to Ireland. Professor Emer Nolan of Maynooth University Councillors says a homecoming would be nice but there's also something appropriate about the author remaining in exile.

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