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The 9 at 9: Tuesday

Here’s all the news you need to know this morning.
Nov 20th 2018, 8:00 AM 11,339 2

EVERY MORNING, brings you all the news you need to know as you start the day.

1. #CONSENT: Almost nine in 10 people have said there is never a good reason to discuss a complainants style of clothing or underwear in rape trials.

2. #REVIEW: A review into the conduct of Northern Ireland’s sexual assault cases has recommended the exclusion of the public from court proceedings. 

3. #SPAIN: One person has died and six people have been injured after a passenger train derailed outside Barcelona. 

4. #BREXIT: The DUP voted against the Conservative Party in the House of Commons last night in a move designed to show displeasure at the draft Brexit deal. 

5. #CHICAGO: Four people have died, including two female members of staff and a police officer, after a gunman opened fire at a Chicago hospital.

6. #PAPAL VISIT: RTÉ received 450 emails regarding its coverage of the visit of Pope Francis to Ireland, but no official formal complaints. 

7. #DRUGS: This year’s Global Drugs Survey is asking a number of new questions about cost and health warnings to help build a picture about recreational drug use.

8. #WHITE HOUSE: The US President’s daughter and senior adviser Ivanka Trump used a personal email account for government business, in violation of federal rules.

9. #NOT FOR RENT: Airbnb has said it will remove from its website all properties in Israeli settlements built on the occupied Palestinian territories in the West Bank.

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