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What it says in the papers

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12th July, 2016
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- A profile of incoming British prime minister Theresa May observes that she is a tough, diligent vicar's daughter who does not care much about being liked and is driven more by morality than ideology.

- Denis Staunton writes that May's sudden elevation is good news for the Tories.

- A film that cost just €300 to make is one of the main attractions at the 28th Galway Film Fleadh.

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