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What it says in the papers


This morning's Irish Independent

This morning's Irish Independent

This morning's Irish Independent

We take a look at what it says on the front pages of this morning’s newspapers.

The Irish Independent leads with the story of how major multinationals employers may no longer be able to use the notorious ‘Double Irish’ scheme.

The OECD yesterday published a report where it recommended that world leaders join together to combat tax avoidance.

The Herald meanwhile reports that two have been held over a drink fuelled row which led to the death of a man in Co Carlow.

One man is still in hospital after the attack.

The Irish Times also leads with the story of the crackdown on tax avoidance.

The Irish Examiner meanwhile leads with further information on allegations on penalty point cancellation.

Cormac O’Keeffe reports that the report into the latest allegations is due in three weeks.

The Irish Daily Mail leads with the story of how only a chair was available for patients at one of the country’s busiest A&Es.

A worker at Beaumont hospital told the paper that overcrowding became so bad last week that they ran out of chairs for patients.

The Irish Daily Star also reports on the death in Carlow yesterday.

The paper reports that the victim of the attack lay dead for nine house before emergency services arrived at the scene.

The Irish Sun reports that a new system is being introduced which will allow fines be paid at local shops.

The court service is seeking 480 stories to process as many as 93,000 offence payments per annum.

Finally The Irish Mirror reports that gardai in Co Cork are hunting a man who flashed two girls in Co Cork last night.

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