Newsround: what Tuesday's business pages say

Anglo tapes could lead to criminal action; Michael Cawley to depart Ryanair role; O2 venue posts lower profits: these stories and more in today's newspapers.

2nd July, 2013
Newsround: Tuesday

The top local and international business stories from today's newspapers:

**Up to nine Fine Gael TDs** expected to oppose abortion (p1).

**Micheal Martin** urges Leveson-style inquiry into banks (p2).

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