Today’s headlines: Revolut targets Irish mortgage market; Tenants in more than 20 apartments in Dublin face eviction

A Revolut mortgage? CEO Announces “Super App” Plans to Offer “100-Piece Digital Mortgages”.

Revolut is targeting the mortgage market, the company’s chief executive has revealed. The new mortgage offering for Revolut users will be included in its app, with instant responses to applications envisaged, according to the company’s co-founder and CEO Nik Storonsky.

The Big Tech Show: From the Web Summit – Is Revolut planning to offer mortgages?

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Addicts caught with cocaine or ecstasy “should be warned, not charged,” says the drug strategy minister

Gardaí should have the power to warn rather than prosecute people with severe addiction to drugs such as ecstasy or cocaine, the minister in charge of drug strategy said.

“We’ll give it to someone who needs it” – mothers donate their extra child support to charity

A mother of four has shared how she and several of her friends are donating their extra child support to charity. Anne McDonagh gets €560 a month, so she received a double payment of €1,120 this month.

Melting: World’s most notable glaciers could disappear by 2050, Unesco report warns

Some of the world’s most famous glaciers, including the Dolomites in Italy, the US’s Yosemite and Yellowstone parks and Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, could disappear within 30 years due to global warming, regardless of the temperature rise scenario, a new report warns .

Housing Crisis: “I’m afraid I’ll be homeless after an eviction”

Tenants of up to 20 apartments in a Dublin City property have been served with eviction notices because the landlord intends to sell the building.

Simon Harris sells 43,500 euros to Audi after the taxpayer provides a new state car

After being outfitted with a new state car and a Garda driver at taxpayer expense, College Secretary Simon Harris sells his private high-end vehicle. The Audi A6 comes on the market for 43,500 euros.

Insurers are running out of excuses for high prices as compensation premiums are near 15-year lows

The number of personal injury claims this year is expected to be at its lowest level in 15 years, with mounting pressure on insurers to put money back into policyholders’ pockets.

Fianna Fáil’s councilwoman, who wanted to oust Marc MacSharry over allegations of “bullying”, had backed his return to the party

Fianna Fáil City Council, which was calling for Marc MacSharry to be evicted from Fianna Fáil, backed a motion calling for him to be reinstated in the parliamentary group a month before accusing him of bullying.

The Indo Daily: From Dancer to Peru Two Drug Smuggler – The Story of Michaella McCollum

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Fear for the safety of 50 asylum seekers after protesters attacked the centre

A garda security assessment of the safety of 50 asylum seekers has been requested after a shelter in Finglas was attacked by protesters.

‘I will very, very likely do it again’ – Trump is considering making a new bid for the White House

Former US President Donald Trump has told supporters to “prepare” at a rally in Iowa ahead of the midterm elections. Today’s headlines: Revolut targets Irish mortgage market; Tenants in more than 20 apartments in Dublin face eviction

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