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Portlaoise people react to the redesigned Leinster Express newspaper The redesigned Leinster Express newspaper is on sale from today Tuesday, and we went into town in Portlaoise to see what people think of it. Christine O’Connor and her brother Philip O’Brien were enjoying a read in Mulhalls restaurant. “I like the darker bigger headlines. I love the nights out page, the pictures are bigger altogether, I’ve no reading glasses on but I can see it a lot better, I think it’s brilliant,” said Christine. “I can read it much easier, it has some very interesting stories,” said Philip. Joan McCormack and Adrian Mahon took a break from their work in McCormack’s Deli to have a look. “It’s nice, the pages are laid out differently, there’s a lot more colour, I’d be more drawn to read it,” said Joan. Outside Chocolate Brown, Anne Brennan from New Road was sitting and reading her copy. “I get it every week, I always read the football reports because my nephews play, but I read it cover to cover every week,” she said. Portlaoise retired businessman Joe Ging is also a loyal reader and gave the redesign a thumbs up.
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Now novichok ‘assassins’ face shame at home Now novichok ‘assassins’ face shame at home WOULD-BE assassins who failed to kill spy Sergei Skripal will not receive the Russian military honours they may have expected, according to one of the world’s leading chemical weapons experts. Military personnel investigating the scene in Salisbury (Image: GETTY) Andy Weber, US assistant secretary of defence under President Obama, said the intention would have been to make it look as though Mr Skripal had died of natural causes. Instead, the bungling assassins failed to kill their target, unleashed an international storm against Russian President Vladimir Putin and are now likely to be unmasked. Former Russian agent Skripal, 67, and his daughter Yulia, 33, fell critically ill in Salisbury, Wiltshire, last March after being poisoned with novichok but amazingly recovered. Speaking from his home in the US, Mr Weber said: “I am convinced the Russian secret service officers behind the attack thought they had planned the perfect crime and would never get caught. This was a badly bungled Russian chemical attack and the agents who executed it are likely not being honoured with medals. “If the attack had killed Skripal and not his daughter, it would likely have been attributed to natural causes. “Since the dose was too low to kill Skripal quickly, and the daughter was also stricken, natural causes were immediately ruled out. “Incredible medical care and advanced analytical chemistry allowed the Skripals to survive and the cause to be identified as a rare Russian-produced novichok chemical weapon. “This was a badly bungled Russian chemical attack and the agents who executed it are likely not being honoured with medals.” Last month mother-of-three Dawn Sturgess, 44, died from novichok poisoning. It is thought her partner Charles Rowley, 45, came across the substance when searching waste bins for valuables.
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