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EVERY EVENING, TheJournal.ie brings you the five big news stories you need to know before you head out the door.

1. #SHOOTING British Labour MP Jo Cox has been shot twice and stabbed, near a library near Leeds.

2. #PHILIP CAIRNS Alice Cairns has said she would forgive Eamon Cooke, the man who may be responsible for her son’s disappearance.

3. #BIN CHARGES Bin collection companies are accused of operating ‘a cartel’ as bin charges treble for some customers.

4. #EUROS 20 Russian football fans will be deported from France, following the violence at the recent England-Russia match in Marseille.

5. #COURTS Comedian David McSavage has been fined €125 for not paying TV licence arrears.

On Snapchat today: Cormac headed down to the James Joyce Centre on North Great George’s Street to sample a Bloomsday Breakfast – which includes a urine-scented kidney. Check it out:


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