The Government will publish its proposals aimed at limiting the effects of a no-deal Brexit this morning.
The Brexit omnibus bill will try to limit the damage done if the UK crashes out of the EU next month.
The omnibus bill is one of the most wide ranging pieces of legislation seen in the Oireachtas in the last few years.
Fianna Fáil and the SDLP have laid out five core principles to help offset the effects of a cliff-edge Brexit.
They include standing firm on the backstop, the restoration of Stormont and voting down a no-deal solution.
Their joint statement - their first since announcing their partnership last month - calls for all pro-'remain' parties across Ireland to form an alliance.
A new study's warning more than two out of every five Irish jobs are at a "high risk" of automation.
The University College Cork report says office, secretarial and administrative workers are among those most vulnerable.
The report's authors say the danger is highest in rural areas, and are calling for "localised, bottom-up" policy intervention.
There are fresh calls for more robust legislation to regulate drone use.
Fianna Fáil claims current laws aren't strong enough to deter people from flying the devices over airfields.
Yesterday, flights were suspended at Dublin Airport for 30 minutes after a drone was spotted by a pilot.
A man is due in court this morning, charged in relation to a drug and cash seizure in Dublin and Wicklow.
The searches in Enniskerry, Tallaght and Ballymun uncovered €250,000 worth of of cocaine and cannabis, along with €20,000.
Gardaí arrested three men aged 41, 37 and 28.
Two of the men appeared in court in Bray yesterday evening.