What Friday's papers say

Some tenants could face stamp duty bill; call to raise pension age; British finances 'would fail stress test'

14th July, 2017
The main headlines from today's newspapers

IRISH TIMES

- The Irish Times reports that third-level colleges are set to face heavy financial penalties for serious breaches such as unauthorised payments for staff, filing late accounts or giving misleading reports of governance issues. The measures are contained in proposed reforms drafted by the Higher Education Authority.

- The paper reports on an analysis by Goodbody Stockbrokers which finds that thousands of tenants in Dublin face an unwelcome extra bill as spiralling rents tip...

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