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What it says in the papers

RSA expects to return to profit in 2016 and Le Pen on course for historic victory

7th December, 2015
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Monday, 7 December 2015

The

Irish Times leads with the figure of 22,000 refugees which Ireland should take, according to 21 NGOs. Page three has pictures from around the country of the damage caused by Storm Desmond. The business supplement leads with insurance giant RSA which expect to return to profit in 2016. The company is appealing against its former chief executive Philip Smith's dismissal case under which he was awarded €1.25 million by the Employment Appeal Tribunal. Lucy...

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