What it says in the papers
Tax shortfall fears; bid to poach British academic talent; pressure on Bank of England
- The Irish Times leads with yesterday's Exchequer figures, saying a tax shortfall leaves the Government facing new uncertainties in the run-up to the Budget. The paper says the figures indicate consumer confidence may have slowed in the run-up to the Brexit referendum.
- The paper says more than 1,000 teachers who do not belong to a trade union face losing allowances and increments worth thousands of euro because they work at schools mainly...
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