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Dublin: 19 °C Tuesday 23 July, 2019

Today’s News

LIVE: Boris Johnson expected to be announced as new Conservative leader

The former London Mayor is strongly fancied to have won the battle against Jeremy Hunt to be the new party leader.

The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s all the news you need to know this morning.

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Man receives serious head injuries in assault in Dublin city

A man in his late teens has been arrested.

Poll: Did Theresa May do a good job as UK Prime Minister? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Did Theresa May do a good job as UK Prime Minister?

Theresa May is entering her final hours as Conservative Party leader.

Britain wants protection force for shipping in Gulf after Iran seizes oil tanker

Iranian authorities seized a British-flagged oil tanker on Friday in a dramatic escalation of tensions in the region.

'A massive and dangerous change': Trump expands fast-track deportations in US Ice

'A massive and dangerous change': Trump expands fast-track deportations in US

Immigration officers will be able to deport migrants without allowing them to appear before judges.

Resistant strains of malaria spreading across south-east Asia

In some parts of south-east Asia, up to 80% of malaria parasites are drug-resistant.

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Canadian police probe link between tourist double murder and case of two missing young men

Australian Lucas Fowler (23) and American Chynna Deese (24) were found dead in a rural part of British Columbia.

Law Reform Commission proposes extension of court privilege to bloggers and social media reporters

A new report by the commission has looked at possible amendments to the Defamation Act.

Two men begin 10,000 mile car journey to raise funds for Pádraig Schaler's brain injury treatment

Pádraig was left needing intensive care after he was knocked off his bike in 2013.

Britain is facing into a 'good old-fashioned Sterling crisis', says AIB chairman

Speaking at the MacGill Summer School in Donegal yesterday, Pym spoke candidly about his views on Boris Johnson.

Boris Johnson is expected to win the Tory leadership today - so what's next?

Queen Elizabeth will officiate the new Tory leader’s appointment at Buckingham Palace – this will be her 13th time appointing a PM.

Fresh concerns over Direct Provision after incident involving children at Cork centre Exclusive

The Department of Justice says it is aware of an incident in the centre.

Yesterday’s News

Man involved in fight with A$AP Rocky avoids charges, as prosecutors say he acted in self defence

The fight between two men and A$AP Rocky in Stockholm on 30 June led to the 3 July arrest of the rapper.

An Post acknowledges Irish spelling error on commemorative moon stamps

The series of stamps featured four Nasa astronauts with Irish ancestry.

UK's Lib Dems elect first female leader, as she bids to do everything possible to 'stop Brexit'

“I am ready to take our party into a general election and win it,” new leader Jo Swinson said.

Man who accused UK establishment figures of sexual abuse found guilty of perverting course of justice

Carl Beech’s allegations began appearing in the press in 2014.

Acting Central Bank governor says bankers' pay caps 'may limit the pool of candidates for senior positions'

The finance minister is currently considering a report which reviewed whether bankers’ pay should be increased.

Garda helicopter 'struggled to keep up' with boy driving up to 240km/h, court hears

The drive ended when the car collided with Garda armed response unit on the N7.

'I'll give you a goat and then you can forget about the rape'

In certain areas of Kenya, slaughtering an animal or paying a €20 fine is the punishment for rape.

From The42 Ronaldo will not face charges over alleged rape in USA Allegation

Ronaldo will not face charges over alleged rape in USA

The Juventus player has denied allegations of sexual assault.

Here's What Happened Today: Monday

Here’s what made the headlines today.

Offaly is the place to be tomorrow night as Shane Lowry's homecoming is confirmed

The champion golfer will make his return to Clara at 6pm tomorrow.

Winds revive Portugal wildfires as over 30 people injured by the flames

Seven regions of Portugal have been on fire alert today because of the dry weather and high temperatures.

Two men arrested after estimated €117,600 worth of heroin and cannabis seized

They are currently detained at Clondalkin Garda Station.

Student who died after falling off Cliffs of Moher was 'taking lots of selfies'

An verdict of accidental death in the death of Anand Goel (26) was delivered by the Clare County Coroner today.

'This is not a pension for terrorists': Troubles perpetrators will not receive victim compensation

Concerns were raised over those who were injured by their own hand receiving the pension.

From The42 The people's champion: Dream season propels Shane Lowry to rarefied heights Major Winner

The people's champion: Dream season propels Shane Lowry to rarefied heights

A player for the big occasion, the Clara man has hit the form of his life having endured a worrying slide down the rankings.

Child (5) hospitalised after being swept out to sea on inflatable lilo

Emergency services were alerted to the incident at Dublin’s Portmarnock Beach at 2.20pm.

Man left in serious condition in hospital after being stabbed in Limerick city

A French man in his 30s has been arrested in connection with the stabbing.

Over 2,600 eFlow customers double charged last month

The company said it was due to a ‘system processing error’.

AIB chair says he wouldn't hire a candidate with the 'uncombed hair' and 'racist language' of Boris Johnson

AIB chairman Richard Pym said he would be abandoning “non-committal business-person language”. And he did.

Protesters who called British MP Anna Soubry a 'Nazi' given suspended sentences

James Goddard and Brian Phillips pleaded guilty to harassing Soubry.

Man (23) arrested after estimated €20k worth of herbal cannabis seized in west Dublin

He is currently detained under Section 2 of the Criminal Justice (Drugs Trafficking) Act 1996.

From The42 TV Wrap - Shane Lowry reminds us why we love sport in stunning Open triumph On The Box

TV Wrap - Shane Lowry reminds us why we love sport in stunning Open triumph

Elsewhere, a Sky commentator claimed Lowry as British while Rory McIlroy was left on the verge of tears after a cruel return to Royal Portrush.

Irish Water restores supply in north Dublin after 'major burst' left households with low pressure

The burst happened on a 600mm diameter water main on the Drumcondra Road at about 7.30am yesterday.

'Dangerous sexual predator' who raped 13-year-old girl in church grounds jailed for nine years

The accused has 37 previous convictions of which 17 are for sexual offences.

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