Wednesday September 23, 2020

What it says in the papers

Parisians face doubling of fine for discarding fag ends and asylum seekers to be given cooking facilities

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- Several Irish soccer stars are facing large tax bills after British authorities claimed victory in a landmark case over investments in disputed film finance deals.

- Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald has said that asylum seekers living in direct provision should be allowed to cook for themselves.

- Government funding of €10 million is to be made available for the regeneration of 200 rural towns and villages as community organisations are invited to come up with...

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