Wednesday April 1, 2020

Newsround: what Tuesday's business pages say

The timing of the referendum, expansion by Paddy Power and the vexed question of a second bailout; these were among the main themes in today's business pages.

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* Cabinet divided on referendum date, with some pushing for an autumn date, p.1

* Brian Hayes describes prediction of second bailout as "fanciful". Business supplement, p.1.

* Large group of private creditors agrees to Greek debt swap, p.1.

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