The British Prime Minister Theresa May has said the UK will need a further extension to the Brexit process.
The country was set to leave the European Union on April 12th - its second deadline in as many months.
Mrs May made the statement following a mammoth seven hours of cabinet meetings at Downing Street.
Three TDs who met with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg earlier say they had a "positive and constructive" engagement regarding internet safety.
They discussed the regulation of social media, transparency in political advertising and the safety of young people and vulnerable adults.
Mr Zuckerberg is visiting Facebook's European headquarters in Dublin.
Gardaí have condemned as "reckless" a shooting outside a school in west Dublin.
Shots were fired outside the Community College on Blanchardstown Road North at around 3.40pm on Tuesday.
Gardai said a lone gunman appeared to target a man in his 20's, who was waiting outside the school.
Sport Ireland has said the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) has not sufficiently explained a €100,000 loan given to the organisation by former CEO John Delaney.
The governance body, which part-funds the FAI, said it was never made aware of the loan until media reports in the last few weeks.
It recently emerged Mr Delaney loaned the FAI €100,000 to address what it called cash flow problems.
Educate Together has said claims that children are not able to celebrate Christmas and other religious holidays at their schools are "both incorrect and misleading."
It comes after parents in north Dublin were warned that their children may be prevented from celebrating the holidays if school patronage is changed from a Catholic to non-denominational model.
One of eight Catholic primary schools in the Portmarnock/Malahide/Kinsealy area is to be divested under Government plans to offer 400 non-denominational schools by 2030.