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8th December, 2015
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Tuesday, 8 December, 2015

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Irish Times reports that a €5 million emergency fund has been allocated to victims of Storm Desmond. St Patrick's Institution, described as a "finishing school for criminals", is to close thirty years after the move was recommended by public servant TK Whitaker in 1985 (p5). The business supplement reports that the EU finance ministers meeting today in Brussels will be dominated by the issue of corporate tax. Paul Krugman in the supplement analyses the...

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