The Evening Top 5: Donald Trump accused of raping 13-year-old girl, Joe O'Toole steps down from Water Charges position after just one week

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Donald Trump accused of raping 13-year-old girl in new lawsuit

A case recently filed in federal court accuses Donald Trump of sexual assault, battery and a number of other offences against a 13-year-old girl.

On June 20th of this year, the filing brought forward by 'Jane Doe' names Donald Trump and American financier Jeffrey Epstein as having committed rape, criminal sexual acts, sexual abuse, sexual misconduct, forcible touching, assault, battery and false imprisonment.

Joe O'Toole to step down as head commissioner on water charges

Joe O'Toole has stepped down as head commissioner on water charges this afternoon.

The newly appointed chair of the Commission has been under fire after suggesting the job was a political exercise and was a sweetener to make the medication of water charges easier to swallow.

80,000 motorists could face disruption over eFlow toll tags dispute

Up to 80,000 motorists could be affected as toll provider eFlow says its tags are on course to stop working on the M1, M7/M8 and N25.

Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) say there was a meeting over the issue with the Celtic Roads Group (CRG) yesterday afternoon.

A spokesman for TII explained: “The consumer acts as a clearing house for all the tolling operations so that all tags work everywhere.”

Should we trust gardaí with access to our Facebook and WhatsApp accounts?

Tánaiste and Minister for Justice, Frances Fitzgerald is reported to have brought proposals to Cabinet today to grant gardaí new powers to access the electronic communications of suspected terrorists and individuals believed to be involved in organised crime.

The Irish Independent reports that these powers will be introduced by the end of this year and would extend to emails, WhatsApp messages, and Facebook communications.

Harry Redknapp tells us why he'd be "perfect" for the England job

Harry Redknapp believes that he is at the right time in life to be "perfect" for the England job.

The former Tottenham and West Ham boss is among the names being linked with the Three Lions vacancy since Roy Hodgson resigned as manager after the Euro 2016 loss to Iceland.

"Now, it would suit me fine. I think I'd be more cut out. I'm a few years older [than in 2012 when overlooked for Hodgson]," Redknapp told Off The Ball at the launch of Eir Sports.