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What it says in the papers

18-35 year old suffer multiple quality-of-life problems and Britain tests blockchain technology to pay welfare benefits

13th July, 2016
CLICK TO ENLARGE: The Financial Times

- The governor of the Central Bank has raised concerns with the CSO about the level of economic growth recorded in Ireland in 2015, in that the figures do not accurately reflect economic activity.

- Red Flag Consulting will suffer "irreparable harm" if ordered to disclose documents to businessman Denis O'Brien, the High Court heard yesterday.

- The cost of college for students living away from home will reach about €11,000 annually this year because of rising rents...

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