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From TheJournal.ie Weakest Link host says Charles Haughey groped her Haughey This post contains videos

Weakest Link host says Charles Haughey groped her

Anne Robinson has told The Guardian that she hopes the former Taoiseach “went to the grave with bruises on his hands”.

Harry Potter and the Miraculously Unguarded Vagina - the JK Rowling reviews are in

We’ve read the reviews of The Casual Vacancy so you don’t have to.

From TheJournal.ie The Evening Fix: Monday Need To Know This post contains a poll This post contains videos

The Evening Fix: Monday

Things we learned, loved and shared today.

From The42 VIDEO: An animated history of Irish football Euro 2012 This post contains videos

VIDEO: An animated history of Irish football

Roy Keane, Thierry Henry and Eurovision heros of the past all make appearances in the James Richardson-narrated episode from the Guardian.

From The42 Forrester included in European goal of the season list Golazzos This post contains videos

Forrester included in European goal of the season list

Check out all 20 of the continent’s best finishes, along with the Saints winger’s lob against Shamrock Rovers.

From The42 Hodgson to seek advice from Capello ahead of Euros Consultation

Hodgson to seek advice from Capello ahead of Euros

The incoming England manager admits it will be difficult to remain focused on West Brom-related affairs as the season approaches its climax.

From TheJournal.ie Sky News: We hacked in the public interest Canoe Man

Sky News: We hacked in the public interest

Sky News authorised a journalist to access emails of individuals suspected of criminal activity.

Home Alone house sells for $1.58m

The Home Alone mansion sells for well under the asking price.

From TheJournal.ie Could wolf-whistling be outlawed in Ireland? Sexual Harrassment

Could wolf-whistling be outlawed in Ireland?

It was suggested last week that wolf-whistling could be banned in the UK – but it appears that the controversy emerged from a Council of Europe convention on violence against women. Ireland is currently studying its recommendations.

'Horribly funny': The Guard wins Guardian First Film award

John Michael McDonagh’s film has been recognised by the British newspaper’s annual film awards.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Call them red-tops if you want – but we still need popular journalism Opinion

Column: Call them red-tops if you want – but we still need popular journalism

Tabloid misbehaviour is an easy target for complaints – but popular news is essential to our society, writes John O’Sullivan.

From The42 Sunday Papers: some of the week's best sportswriting Well Read

Sunday Papers: some of the week's best sportswriting

Aging tennis players, warm-weather training for Ireland’s Olympic hopefuls and John Elway in his knick-knacks. Do yourself a favour and check this lot out.

'The Republic's court jesters': The Guardian praises... Jedward

The brothers Grimes are “cheering their nation” the paper notes in its editorial today.

From TheJournal.ie Hacking: new details raise questions over Milly Dowler hacking story Hacking

Hacking: new details raise questions over Milly Dowler hacking story

The judge heading the inquiry into media ethics in the UK has called for clarification of the matter as the long running phone hacking saga took another twist today.

From TheJournal.ie Study finds anger with police fuelled England's summer riots Riots

Study finds anger with police fuelled England's summer riots

A major study by the Guardian newspaper and the London School of Economics has shed light on the causes of the unprecedented riots in English cities in August.

From TheJournal.ie Libya – ‘We announce to the world that Muammar Gaddafi has been killed’ Gaddafi

Libya – ‘We announce to the world that Muammar Gaddafi has been killed’

A video has emerged which claims to show Gaddafi’s corpse (not main picture here) as National Transitional Council in Libya confirms the ousted leader was captured and died of his wounds.

Wrong-footed newspaper sites accidentally publish ‘Knox is guilty’ stories

Fooled by an early declaration of guilt on a slander charge, the Daily Mail and Sun post stories declaring Knox to have lost her appeal.

From TheJournal.ie Met police no longer seeking court orders against journalists over sources Hackgate

Met police no longer seeking court orders against journalists over sources

Scotland Yard is no longer looking for court orders to force journalists to reveal their sources behind certain phone hacking stories.

From TheJournal.ie Guardian reporter questioned over hacking scandal leaks Leaks

Guardian reporter questioned over hacking scandal leaks

Amelia Hill has broken a number of stories, naming people arrested as part of the phone hacking investigation by police in London.

From TheJournal.ie WikiLeaks publishes entire stash of US diplomatic cables in uncensored form Cablegate

WikiLeaks publishes entire stash of US diplomatic cables in uncensored form

Officials around the world criticise the move, which could potentially expose the identities of diplomatic spies and terror suspects.

From TheJournal.ie Wikileaks accuses Guardian newspaper of exposing unredacted cables Wikileaks

Wikileaks accuses Guardian newspaper of exposing unredacted cables

WikiLeaks said the disclosure had jeopardised the “careful work” it was doing to redact and publish the cables. The paper denied any wrongdoing.

From TheJournal.ie The 9 at 9: Friday 9 At 9 This post contains videos

The 9 at 9: Friday

Nine things to know this morning…

From TheJournal.ie Bradley Manning 'too mentally fragile to be sent to Iraq' Wikileaks

Bradley Manning 'too mentally fragile to be sent to Iraq'

The soldier suspected of leaking documents to WikiLeaks was “a mess” who wet himself, a former training officer has said.

From TheJournal.ie NYT journalists held in Libya released Libya

NYT journalists held in Libya released

Turkish diplomats accompany released journalists out of Libya.

From TheJournal.ie Two journalists missing in Libya Libya

Two journalists missing in Libya

The Guardian says it last received word of its missing correspondent on Sunday, and is urgently seeking information about his location.

From TheJournal.ie WikiLeaks: the movie? Wikileaks

WikiLeaks: the movie?

Steven Spielberg’s Dreamworks buys the screen rights to two books about Julian Assange and WikiLeaks. WikiLeaks, though, seems less than pleased with the idea…

From TheJournal.ie Magazine claims Assange blames "Jewish" journalists for negative coverage Assange

Magazine claims Assange blames "Jewish" journalists for negative coverage

In an escalating war of words with the Guardian newspaper, Julian Assange has allegedly said that “Jewish” journalists had been deliberately painting a negative picture of him.

From TheJournal.ie Guardian reporter blocked from Russia over WikiLeaks cables: report Media This post contains videos

Guardian reporter blocked from Russia over WikiLeaks cables: report

The Guardian’s Moscow correspondent Luke Harding is the first British journalist blocked from Russia since Cold War.

From TheJournal.ie Take 5: Thursday Take 5

Take 5: Thursday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

From TheJournal.ie Assange: Only David Cameron can stop the US from charging me Wikileaks

Assange: Only David Cameron can stop the US from charging me

A welcome Christmas present for the British prime minister: a plea from the WikiLeaks founder to stop him being charged.

From TheJournal.ie Police statements of Assange's alleged Swedish victims leaked Julian Assange

Police statements of Assange's alleged Swedish victims leaked

The Guardian publishes details of the statements made by two women who claim sexual impropriety on Assange’s behalf.

From TheJournal.ie Listen (and read this blog) very carefully: the internet is not the enemy The Guardian

Listen (and read this blog) very carefully: the internet is not the enemy

The internet is not killing me or my attention span. It’s the message that matters, not the medium

From TheJournal.ie Do we need the IMF? Here's what the world thinks Namageddon

Do we need the IMF? Here's what the world thinks

The BBC says we’re “hideously and perilously” close to Armageddon.

From The42 A defence of the amateur GAA... by the Guardian? The Guardian

A defence of the amateur GAA... by the Guardian?

The left-leaning British paper writes an editorial praising the passion of gaelic games and supporting amateur status.