Today’s headlines: Gardaí expected to interview person of interest over death of two children in Westmeath car fire; Raise PRSI rate paid by self-employed, tax expert group calls for

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Raise PRSI rate paid by self-employed, tax expert group calls for

A huge increase in the PRSI rate paid by the self-employed is recommended by a group of experts set up to advise the government on tax and benefit systems.

Suspects in a fire death in a child’s car should be questioned within a few days

Gardaí expect to interview a person interested in the death of two children in a car fire in Co Westmeath in the coming days.

UK-style price caps are on the table, but the focus is still on energy credit

Domestic price caps are “under scrutiny” by the government, but public spending Secretary Michael McGrath says electricity credits are to be the focus of support.

Gardaí are investigating after the discovery of a man’s body in a Dublin apartment complex

Gardaí are investigating after the discovery of the body of a man in a housing complex in north central Dublin last night.

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Hospitals are facing one of the toughest winters in history, the professor warns

A senior adviser has warned that acute hospitals are facing one of the toughest winters in Irish healthcare history, owing to renewed Covid-19 cases, the traditional winter flu and a chronic shortage of hospital beds, doctors and nurses.

Woman is said to have been sexually assaulted in the house that was the subject of previous investigations

Gardaí are investigating an alleged sexual assault that occurred at a property that officers have been occupying for several months.

Recruitment in tech sector is on the brink of freezing, new report says

The red-hot IT talent recruitment market is on the brink of freezing due to a sharp drop in the hiring intentions of the big tech giants.

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Fianna Fail Minister to insist that McGrath take over Donohoe on finance

Fianna Fáil ministers have been informed that there is a coalition agreement and Michael McGrath is to become finance minister after the transfer of power later this year.

Blood clot risk in up to a quarter of patients with Covid

Up to a quarter of patients discharged from hospital after receiving Covid-19 treatment still show “abnormal” blood clotting activity up to a year later.

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