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Newsround: what Monday's papers say

UK to insist on control over immigration and Google takes on Apple with own-brand phone

3rd October, 2016
Monday, October 3

The top stories in Monday's newspapers:



One in five civil servants paid lump sums of over €100,000 (p1)

UK to insist on control over EU immigration (p1)

Housing problems dominate calls to legal advice helpline (p1)

Ministers told to start talks on issue of border (p2)

Parents, first-time buyers and pensioners set for budget gains (p5)

Crime rates fell dramatically from start of recession (p6)

Soaring cost of 2020 Olympics alarms Tokyo (p8)

House prices rise more than seven per cent as supply dwindles (p14)



May sets Brexit course with hint of clean break from single market (p1)

Google takes on Apple with own-brand phone (p1)

Global growth 'sliding into the morass' (p4)

Czech leader urges deportation of economic migrants (p7)

Supporters hail Trump a 'genius' over tax affairs (p8)

FT Big Read: Advertising – master of the message (p11)

US accused over Deutsche Bank storm (p17)

Tesco faces £150 million suit over accounts mis-statement (p17)

Kennedy Wilson eyes Ireland housebuilding (p21)



Fianna Fáil says €5 hike in pension 'not negotiable' (p1)

Army not trained to cover for gardaí (p1)

Capital awash with emotion as sea of blue greets heroes (p2)

Flu could kill 1,000 in winter, HSE says (p8)

Vandalised houses, holiday homes rejected by councils (p12)

Britain's tough immigration line means trade problems for Ireland (p14)

Student loan firm to enter Irish market (p29)

One fifth of Irish insurance firms planning to buy or merge (p31)



Doubts rise over home buyer grants (p1)

Government to intensify Brexit preparations (p1)

Big business backs post offices extending services (p1)

Ministers, Fianna Fáil to hold intensive budget talks (p3)

House prices up 35% in three years but regional variations remain vast (p6)

Trump may have avoided tax for 18 years (p9)

Progress in big to find cure for HIV (p16)

Defending€10 million hurley industry (p19)

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