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The Daily Fix: Friday

Catch up on this evening’s news, including: Wales says ‘yes’ to legislative powers; Interpol issues Gaddafi alert; and who should George Michael follow?

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EVERY EVENING, TheJournal.ie brings you a round-up of the biggest news stories, as well as the bits and pieces you may have missed during the day.

  • Queen Elizabeth is heading to Ireland this year on the first official visit by a reigning British monarch in the history of the state.
  • Choice Music Prize winners Two Door Cinema Club say they will donate their €10,000 prize to charity.
  • Have Ireland’s cricket celebrations shown the nation’s penchant for Brit-bashing and xenophobia, as Dave Kenny suggests?
  • Interpol has issued an international alert for Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi and 15 members of his family.
  • Welsh voters have approved measures to give their national assembly new law-making powers by a 2-1 margin.
  • The (not) Primate of All Ireland Cardinal Sean Brady has written about the connection between religious visionary Joe Coleman and Hollywood’s Charlie Sheen.
  • George Michael has become the latest celebrity to join Twitter. Will he manage to challenge Charlie Sheen’s incredible level of followers, generated in mere days? Michael’s first tweets appear to have a little less ‘tigerblood’ about them than Sheen’s:

Hi everyone, am sitting with chris [sic] Evans pretending it’s Monday morning, I’ve no idea how he keeps this job

Who should I follow?

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