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Dublin: 14 °C Thursday 21 February, 2019

Here's What Happened Today: Thursday

Shooting in Swords, abortion services and the sustainability of red meat.

NEED TO CATCH up brings you a round-up of today’s news.


Aer Lingus new branding unveiled The new look Aer Lingus livery displayed at Dublin Airport. Source: PA Images


Brexit An anti-Brexit protester waves a European Union flag in Westminster, London. Source: Dominic Lipinski/PA Images

#RED MEAT: A major new study into diet trends has shown that red meat and sugar consumption must halve by 2050 to be sustainable. 

#BREXIT: Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn Corbyn has warned his MPs that they shouldn’t engage with Theresa May’s government until a no-deal has been ruled out.

#ROYAL FAMILY: Britain’s Prince Philip has emerged unscathed after being involved in a road traffic accident near the Sandringham Estate.

#IRISH SEA: The construction of a nuclear power station on the Welsh coast some 105 km from Ireland has been halted indefinitely.


You’ve probably heard him say it hundreds of times by now, but UK Speaker of the House of Commons John Bercow sure delivers a good ‘order’.

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