The The top four things you need to know – Wednesday November 3rd
A former head of the HSE says the government should consider reimposing restrictions, after 11,500 Covid cases in four days.
3,726 were recorded yesterday – the highest since January 14th.
Two HSE consultants have received retirement lump sums of over €400,000 this year.
A further 11 got at least €300,000, according to freedom of information documents.
The US President has taken a swipe at China and Russia for not having their leaders at the Cop26 climate summit.
Joe Biden says it was a mistake and they’ve lost influence.
Credit Unions could be allowed to do mortgages and current accounts, if a new bill gets support.
The Independent Group wants them to be allowed to provide more services to their members.