Newsround: what Monday's papers say

President says bankers don't reflect Ireland's core values, Drumm breaks silence in US to say "sorry" and EU fumes at US bugging claims.

1st July, 2013
The top stories on Monday, July 1st

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**President** tells of nation's shock at Anglo tapes (p1)

**Four** Fine Gael TDs to vote against abortion bill (p1)

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