Street protests are expected in the UK today over Boris Johnson's decision to suspend British parliament ahead of the Brexit deadline.
More than 30 demonstrations are planned across the UK this lunchtime.
The British prime minister's decision also faces legal challenges, with three separate cases now underway.
A Garda remains in custody this morning after being arrested on Thursday in connection with the discovery of gun components.
The probationary Garda, who is in their 20s, was arrested in Dublin.
They are being held under section 30 of the Offences Against the State Act and can be questioned for up to three days.
Riot police have been dealing with what they have called a "large scale disturbance" in Glasgow.
It's after a planned Irish unity march by the James Connolly Republican flute band was met with a counter-protest at around 7pm last night.
A significant police presence was required to deal with the disorder.
Residents of Florida may have to evacuate their homes, after Hurricane Dorian strengthened to an extremely dangerous category 4 storm.
Evacuations have already begun in the Bahamas, with maximum sustained winds of 225 kilometers per hour expected.
Orlando International Airport is planning to shut down commercial operations on Monday as a precaution.
There was a 46% increase in the number of unlicensed taxi drivers last year.
In 2017, there were 122 prosecutions against fraudulent operators - but this rose to 178 in 2018.
According to details released under Freedom of Information, most offenders didn't have the driver or vehicle licences required.