What Thursday's papers say
McCann on Jurys sale; Aer Lingus Las Vegas plan; Air Corps probe pressure grows
- The Irish Times leads with a call from US president Donald Trump for the Senate's Republican leader to "go nuclear" if Democrats attempt to block his Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.
- The paper reports that law firm and corporate tax adviser Matheson has abandoned the use of three registered charities that helped its clients, including some so-called "vulture funds", to avoid tax on billions of euro o high-risk assets.
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