What it says in the papers

What it says in the papers
The main headlines from today's newspapers

Apple ruling due; Britain urged to soften bank rules; plan to punish land hoarders


- The Irish Times reports that the European Commission will today find that Apple owes the State "billions of euros" in back taxes when it rules that the technology giant's Irish tax arrangements constituted illegal state aid. The paper says the amount is much larger than recently anticipated by the Government.

-The paper says hundreds of thousands of Dublin Bus passengers are facing six days of disruption in September with staff set...

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