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# Letters
Seven sex abuse victims dropped cases against the State after it sent them letters
Earlier this year, it was reported that people abused while in Irish national schools had received the letters.
# clonskeagh mosque
Protesters at planned anti-Islam event "welcome to come in for a cup of tea"
The protest is said to be taking place outside the mosque this Sunday.
# risk assessment
Here's the advice the Government was given on the Scottish referendum
That’s according to the new Draft National Risk Assessment, which was launched for public consultation today.
# Reunited
Six months after suspension, Tóibín's back as Sinn Féin spokesperson
The announcement comes a day before the Sinn Féin Ard Fheis is due to start.
# Healthcare
Kelleher: Leaked HSE patient safety risk report ‘frightening but not surprising’
The details of the leaked report reveal fears about risks to patient safety caused by understaffing and spending cuts.
# Crowd Trouble
Three arrests made at last night's Ireland-Poland game
The Gardaí have said that the majority of Polish fans at the game were “well-behaved”.
# Troika
SIPTU president: Congress should not meet again with Troika
He will put a motion before the Executive Council of Congress today calling for an end to any further meetings with the Troika.
# Black Market
Call for tougher penalties for 'black market' criminals
Meanwhile, the Irish Cancer Society and Irish Heart Foundation have raised concerns about the origins of the data used in the report.
McGrath: Banks not passing on ECB rate cut is 'disgraceful'
Only two banks in Ireland passed on last month’s rate cut to their standard variable rate customers, Fianna Fáil finance spokesperson Michael McGrath has said.
# Sligo
Treatment of Cregg House staff & users a "national scandal"
Fianna Fáil spokesperson on children, Charlie McConalogue TD, made the statement following the news that the Daughters of Wisdom are pulling out of running the home for people with disabilities.
# Scan
No K.O for Keane: Scan of Robbie's hamstring shows no tear
The striker sparked heart flutters across the nation as he revealed an upcoming scan but the FAI has given the all-clear.
# guessing game
Essential viewing: here are 10 people we'd like to see on the RTÉ panel this summer
RTÉ have picked some interesting guest panellists in the past, but who will they opt for this time around for Euro 2012?
# rebuke
Numerically challenged: World Cup chiefs warn England over jerseys
An England spokesperson has said the team have yet to have been contacted by Rugby World Cup officials.