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# Logjam

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'Logjam' of legislation in Dáil might require reintroduction of the controversial guillotine
The Taoiseach said he would like all Brexit legislation to be included in one big Bill.
People urged to renew their passports online as seasonal surge leads to significant delays
The passport service has hired more than 200 extra staff to deal with the backlog.
Could charging 'rent' on the roads abolish traffic jams?
The price would fluctuate similar to Uber’s surge pricing.
Drivers on 10 minute Darts: 'We need to talk about pay first.'
The dispute over the new Dart timetable is ongoing.
Rents are getting so high that there's "little chance" of saving for a house
Estate agents are saying the Central Bank rules have “exceeded their desired effect”.
Newlands Cross closed after another pipe bursts
The road is closed inbound and outbound traffic is down to one lane.