Speculation about John Delaney’s future within the FAI has continued to intensify this weekend.
Officials from the association met yesterday to discuss the situation as reports indicated that he had told colleagues his is planning to step away.
This morning meanwhile, The Sunday Times reports that Mr Delaney racked up a €40,000 bill on an FAI credit card in the last six months of 2016.
The paper claims the then-CEO used the card for duty-free purchases, meals and cash withdrawals, while also drawing down a €360,000 salary.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been warned his party risks losing millions of pro-EU voters if it fails to give its clear backing to a second referendum.
Both of the UKs main parties remain split on the best way forward on Brexit.
Speaking to the Observer newspaper, Richard Corbett, the leader of Labour 20 MEPs said Labour must confirm its support for a second referendum in its manifesto for next moths EU elections.
He warned that failure to do so could see the party losing millions of young voters to rivals with a clearer message.
Democrats in the US have set a deadline for the IRS to release President Donald Trump’s tax returns for the past six years.
In a letter sent yesterday, the House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal said the IRs had an “unambiguous legal obligation” to release the returns by April 23rd.
Us Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin has indicated that he had seen the letter and would “follow the law” in responding.
President Trump has claimed that he cannot release the returns as they are currently being audited – however, the IRS has said this should not prevent their release.
A section of the M7 has fully reopened after being closed since Friday to facilitate the installation of a bridge.
Traffic can now use the motorway between Naas North and Naas South.
Kildare County Council had said with this weekend's work out of the way, it should be in a better position to determine when the M7 upgrade works will be fully completed.
Fianna Fáil has lashed out at the Government after figures revealed over half-a-million patients were waiting for a first hospital outpatient appointment in March.
The figures, released on Friday, also show the number of patients waiting over a-year-and-a-half has exceeded the 100,000 threshold for the first time.
Fianna Fáil health spokesperson Stephen Donnelly said that shows an 800% increase in the three years since Minister Harris took the reins.
He said it is time for the Government to end the pay discrepancy for new entrant hospital consultants and bring Ireland’s doctors home.