Wednesday October 28, 2020

News round-up: Top stories at 9.30am

Top stories on Monday morning include Bertie Ahern's FF resignation, the coalition's household charge strains, Nama's sales figures, what LinkedIn says about the jobs market and Pocketwatch.

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* **Bertie Ahern** has not contacted Fianna Fail about resignation.

* Environment minister **Phil Hogan** has contradicted a statement by Minister for Social Protection **Joan Burton**, leaving the two cabinet ministers at odds over the payment of the household charge.

* The **National Asset Management Agency** raised €2.7 billion from sales by the end of the third quarter of 2011, finance minister Michael Noonan said.

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