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Dublin: 14 °C Tuesday 7 July, 2020

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s what’s making the headlines this morning.

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EVERY MORNING, brings you the stories you need to know as you start your day.

1. #NAVAN HOSPITAL: A hospital in Co Meath currently has no staff doctors working in its emergency department.

2. #RAZOR BLADE: A number of Irish women are pursuing legal action over complications they suffered after receiving vaginal mesh implants.

3. #AN GARDA SÍOCHANA: The Disclosures Tribunal will resume after its summer recess and will look at allegations made by garda whistleblower Keith Harrison.

4. #CRITICAL: Senior doctors have written to the Department of Health warning that hospitals are “beginning to fail”, according to the Irish Times.

5. #TERROR THREAT: Police have stepped up their investigation into the bombing of a packed London Underground train after officers made a second arrest in their probe.

6. #COSTLY: The Commission for Aviation Regulation is to meet today to discuss Ryanair’s decision to cancel dozens of flights daily for the next six weeks.

7. #GENDER PAY GAP: reports that RTÉ news presenter Sharon Ní Bheoláin has been promised equal pay to her Six One News colleague.

8. #EGYPTIAN TRIAL: A verdict in the trial of Ibrahim Halawa is expected today, after years of delays.

9. #DRAMA: The Emmys were held last night – here’s a full list of the winners [Guardian].

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