Newsround: what Monday's papers say

Kenny set for clash with Gilmore over budget cuts, merger of equals creates world's biggest ad group and mortgage approvals rise.

29th July, 2013
The top stories on Monday, July 29th


**Burton** says Taoiseach and Tanaiste council is too exclusive (p1)

**Waiting** list for nursing homes to double by year's end (p1)

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