Sunday November 29, 2020

News roundup: top stories at 9am

The top Irish and international news stories on Wednesday morning including the ESRI's views on the property tax, Ryanair open to Stansted stake and Tesco results.

18th April, 2012
Ryanair could buy a stake in Stansted airport.

The top Irish and international news stories on Wednesday morning:

**A property tax is a fairer way** for the Government to raise revenue than a household charge, the ESRI has found.

**Ryanair is open to buying a stake** in London’s Stansted airport, its chief executive Micheal O’Leary has said.

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