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What it says in the papers

British newspapers in talks to combine into single ad sales operation and Sir Philip Green says 'I don't know' five dozen times in answer to MPs questions

20th June, 2016
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– The government has 24 hours to resolve the waste charges controversy or face a potentially serious Dáil defeat.

– The civil service payroll system is being audited by the Data Protection Commissioner following security breaches and multiple complaints.

– Minister for Education Richard Bruton has said that no changes to the framework for Junior Cycle reform are on the table but his door is open for further discussion or clarification.

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