The Taoiseach has insisted that any heightened Brexit rhetoric isn't coming from the Irish Government.
Speaking in Kilkenny today, Leo Varadkar also said the potential implications of a no-deal Brexit are something Ireland should be afraid of.
Meanwhile, the British government is stepping up it's no-deal preparations with a £2.1 billion fund to stockpile medicines, hire more border officials, and run an information campaign.
The advertising watchdog is to undertake a major review of the term 'unlimited' in mobile data plans.
Customers are often hit with extra charges after going over data limits.
The Advertising Standards Authority of Ireland (ASAI) says it has received dozens of complaints over the term.
Tulsa will not reveal the 37 childcare facilities on its critical list, with the agency saying the operators have a right to fair procedures and sharing details could impact on future prosecutions.
The figure emerged yesterday during an Oireachtas committee hearing, which was held in the wake of concerns raised in a recent RTÉ documentary on childcare.
Tusla says it is not able to identify the services undergoing enforcement action - but has stressed it would inform a parent if there was an immediate child protection issue.
A small town in England is being evacuated after severe flooding damaged a reservoir wall.
Officials confirmed the town of Whaley Bridge in Derbyshire was being evacuated over fears the River Goyt 'could rise rapidly' due to water coming from the nearby Toddbrook Reservoir.
Photos from the scene showed significant damage to the reservoir wall.
Whaley Bridge, which is located around 20 kilometres from Manchester, has around 6,500 residents.
Donald Trump has reignited the US trade war with China, announcing an additional 10% tariff on $300 billion worth of Chinese products.
It ends a 'truce' between the two sides that began at the end of June.
Since last year, the two countries have been engaged in an escalating trade war in the wake of the Trump administration announcing an initial round of tariffs on billions of dollars worth of Chinese goods.