Newsround: what Wednesday's papers say

Zappone and Fine Gael at odds over childcare proposals and motor insurers made losses of €273 million

28th September, 2016
Wednesday, September 28

The top stories in Wednesday's papers:



Zappone and Fine Gael at odds over childcare proposals (p1)

Trump defends his debate performance (p1)

Apologetic Allardyce quits as England manager over inappropriate conduct (p1)

Religious bodies owe €245 million in redress (p2)

All-Ireland Brexit forum to go ahead (p4)

Clashes continue over judicial reform (p5)

Motor insurers made combined losses of €273 million (p14)

West awakes with the Wild Atlantic Way (p15)



Markets see Clinton as debate victor (p1)

Iran rejects output cap and wrecks Saudi bid to reverse oil price slide (p1)

Corbyn rules out cutting number of immigrants (p2)

England manager loses job after newspaper allegations (p2)

Russia's Syria strategy bewilders west (p4)

Extremists threaten rise of Germany's AfD (p5)

Alerts sounded on global deflation and fall in trade (p7)

FT Big Read: Colombia – 'Leave the rifles behind' (p9)

StanChart faces US probe over Indonesia bribery claims (p13)



Budget to neglect squeezed middle (p1)

Sinead O'Connor to fork out €160,000 to settle with taxman (p1 and p14)

Surge in approvals for home loans but few are likely to buy (p4)

Emigrant tax plan is a 'stunt', 'unworkable' and 'unfair', say TDs (p6)

Threat of garda industrial action remains despite draft deal on pay (p10)

All-Ireland replay tickets are selling for eight times face value (p13)

ESB planning a wave energy farm off west coast (p16)

Allardyce steps down after just 67 days in England job (p25)



Gardaí prepare to go on strike (p1)

Higher earners to gain most from USC cut (p1)

Coalition faces fresh crisis over response to abortion bill (p1)

Lack of suitable homes leaves buyers in limbo (p1)

Sinead O'Connor pursued by Revenue at time of May 'disappearance' (p1)

Charity donations impacted by scandals (p4)

Noonan may extend tax relief for landlords to keep them in market (p7)

Twitter price of $16 billion for potential bidders (p17)

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