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Saturday 30 September 2023 Dublin: 17°C

# no end in sight

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Boris Johnson accused of ‘ducking difficult decisions’ over pulling back from Christmas lockdown
Johnson said ministers are monitoring the data ‘hour by hour’ but indicated new measures are not expected before Christmas.
HSE sought out experienced physios for vacant position ... then pulled job due to recruitment freeze
The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation has warned that “patients are being put at extreme risk” over the ongoing freeze.
Catalan leader cancels - then re-arranges - speech, says he won't call elections to ease crisis
Carles Puigdemont said there were no “guarantees” in place “to justify calling elections today”.
Shane Ross says he won't ride in on a white horse to stop the Dublin Bus strikes
He said he will not open the State cheque book to solve the issue and says the two sides have to start talking.
Don't forget - there's another Luas strike tomorrow
The company has also written to staff urging them to reconsider their industrial action.
Update: All Luas staff placed on protective notice with immediate effect
Siptu has said the letter has the potential to “create conditions for a shutdown” of the Luas service.
A Labour loss in the 'group of death' and now there are just 2 seats up for grabs
Our liveblog of today’s events, as they happened.
Lawyer describes being strapped to iron chair and beaten by police
Amnesty International report finds China’s criminal justice system is still heavily reliant on forced confessions obtained through torture and ill-treatment.
The migration crisis far from over as 12,200 people enter Austria in 36 hours
The total is higher than recent days.
'As long as the hunger is there, I'll keep playing on' -- John Muldoon
The Connacht captain’s current contract ends at the end of the season, but he intends on signing a new one.
As family sues over MH370, Malaysia Airlines must prove it wasn't to blame
The airline is being sued over breach of contract because Jee Jing Hang wasn’t delivered to his destination.
Greyhound "trying to frighten workers" by starting and then dropping court action - TD
Joan Collins says the men were prepared for jail.
There's still no solution for over 70% of problem mortgages
New figures from the Department of Finance also show that Buy to Let loans are still struggling.