What it says in the papers

Coalition crisis over Apple; Cook says Ireland a pawn; British moves to speed up residence applications

1st September, 2016
The main headlines from today's newspapers

IRISH TIMES

- The Irish Times leads with the fall-out from the Apple tax ruling, quoting Fine Gael ministers as saying that a split over the Government's response now threatens its future. The paper says talks today between Fine Gael and independent ministers will seek to defuse a growing crisis over how to respond.

- The paper says celebrated chef Kevin Thornton is to close his restaurant on Dublin's St Stephen's Green at the end of...

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