What it says in the papers
Apple money would be held pending appeals; universities hike accommodation prices; call to limit TDs' terms
- The Irish Times leads with the expected ruling this week from the European Commission on Apple's tax arrangements with Ireland, saying an expected tax bill – amounting to hundreds of millions of euro – is not likely to be transferred to the State immediately, adding that it would be held in an escrow account pending appeals by the Government and Apple.
- The paper says a trawl of the minutes of the Olympic...
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