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Gardaí are protesting at the Dáil, Console is expected to seek High Court protection and Obama has expressed concern for the world economy post-Brexit.

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1. #THIN BLUE LINE: Rank-and-file gardaí will protest outside the Dáil this morning, following the breakdown of wage talks as the Lansdowne Road Agreement expires tonight.

2.#ENOUGH: A Dublin judge has refused to grant a solicitor a licence to open a pub in Temple Bar, saying there are enough licenses premises in the area.

3. #ECONOMY: US President Barack Obama says the UK’s decision to leave the EU raises “genuine longer-term concerns about global growth”.

4.#CONSOLE: The charity will reportedly seek the protection of the High Court today to help protect its assets.

5.#DART: Transport Minister Shane Ross has said he wants to consider reviving the Dart underground project.

6.#TAX AVOIDANCE: Two whistleblowers in the ‘LuxLeaks’ tax scandal have been given suspended jail sentences for leaking thousands of documents that exposed Luxembourg’s huge tax breaks for major international companies.

7.#BREXIT: UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is facing a challenge for the party leadership from former shadow business secretary, Angela Eagle.

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8. #SHOOTING: A teenage boy has died in Philadelphia after he was shot in the face while he and his friends were playing with a gun.

9.#SIGHTINGS: A killer whale, known as John Coe, has been spotted off the coast of Kerry.

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