Morning Post…

Glasgow Herald: UK is officially in recession

Irish Times: Executive’s spending plans for the next two years are facing a shortfall of up to £1 billion

Glasgow Herald: Why Ulster must work with Scotland and Wales for a better deal…

RTE News: Changed economic climate to dominate North South Ministerial meeting…Irish News: Critical gap in intelligence services commissioner’s report on Omagh…

Irish Examiner: Government kills off Ryanair takeover bid…

Finfacts: Aer Lingus shares plunge 21% in Dublin, whilst BOI and AIB both rise….

Irish Examiner: Public sector monopoly good; private sector monopoly bad

Irish Independent: Malfeasance may make Anglo position worse than anticipated

Glasgow Herald: Pound Sterling losing its flavour in Scotland? (23 year low according to the FT…)

FT: Are the UK banks too big to rescue?

Economist: Blank cheques, bankruptcy, nationalisation: the options are dire

Guardian: Cameron’s four progressive conservative aims

New York Times: Obama’s weakness lies in his economic plans

Wall Street Journal: Canterbury Tales come to Washington DC

Haaretz: Towards a new civic awareness and improvement of Jewish-Arab relations

Spiked!: After Gaza: More and more people project their disdain for the modern world on to ‘the Jew’

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