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Newsround: what Tuesday's papers say

Coalition to seek special status for North after Brexit and Trump ordered to stop fundraising in New York

4th October, 2016
Tuesday, October 4

The top stories in Tuesdays newspapers:



Coalition to seek special status for North after Brexit (p1)

RDS gets the go-ahead for €26 million redevelopment of Anglesea stand (p1)

European Commission rules out informal talks before article 50 is invoked (p2)

Free advice scheme to tackle home loan arrears (p4)

Parents camp out for places in school (p6)

Trump ordered to stop fundraising in New York (p8)

Bank of Ireland to spend €500 million on software (p16)

Pressure mounts on Aryzta boss as group withholds bonus (p17)



Hammond warns of two years of turbulence and uncertainty (p1)

Henderson to buy rival Janus as fund mangers battle low-cost competitors (p1)

Attacks on war heroes hinder Trump in key state (p1)

UK to seek sector-by-sector trade accords (p4)

Polish women strike over plans for full abortion ban (p4)

Colombia in turmoil over peace setback (p7)

FT Big Read: Iraq – dreams in flames (p11)

ING cuts 5,000 jobs in branch cull (p15)



Inheritance tax plan to victimise childless families (p1)

Criminals look for mortgages to launder drug cash (p1)

Educate Together school 'shocked' by demand for places (p5)

No plan yet to deal with garda strike as Fitzgerald focuses on talks (p8)

Michelin star makes tiny restaurant the hottest ticket in town (p9)

Central Bank warning for UK firms planning relocation to Ireland (p10)

Sterling declines to a three-year low as May sets March split date (p27)

Kennedy Wilson eyes move into housing market (p29)



UK stance on Brexit threatens free travel area (p1)

Malaria drug puts troops at risk, says PDForra (p1)

Senior gardaí tried to destroy whistleblower (p1)

Cabinet will discuss UK-style law on forced marriage (p4)

Health budget talks hold up other departments (p7)

Japanese scientist wins Nobel Prize in medicine (p8)

Budget surprises will be few and far between (p11)

Sterling plunge ratchets up pain for Irish firms (p14)

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