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# Handover

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# Handover
Abramovich says Chelsea ownership was 'the honour of a lifetime' as sale set to go ahead on Monday
The Premier League club confirmed an agreement to sell to Todd Boehly on Saturday morning.
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# Handover
Coveney in Berlin tomorrow to mark handover of UN Security Council membership to Ireland
Ireland will take its seat on the Council on 1 January 2021.
# Podcast
How does a government handover work? The Explainer podcast asks an insider
Is it a seamless process or can there be bumps in the road? We ask former government press secretary Feargal Purcell as the new government gets settled in.
# Handover
Kenny will be happy with best possible Nations League draw, says McCarthy
‘That draw was as good as we could have got,’ said the current boss.
# violent protests
Hong Kong protest: Riot police fire tear gas on crowd hours after group breaches parliament
Today is the 22nd anniversary of the handover of Hong Kong from UK to Chinese rule.
# Handover
'I'm going to miss it a lot': Van Graan arrival draws exit closer for Erasmus
The South African cut an emotional figure when asked about what he would miss about Munster.
# Handover
Rassie offers assurance that he'll work on as long as Munster need him
Reports in South Africa had suggested that Erasmus could begin his new role as soon as 1 November.
# they're in
In Pictures: Another media circus at Gorse Hill - as the receivers arrive in Killiney
After leaving Killiney earlier – Brian O’Donnell travelled to UCD to confront BoI boss Richie Boucher.
# local government
Local Government Fund expenditure estimated at €1.21bn this year
The General Purpose Grant that funds the day-to-day activities of local councils has been steadily falling for most councils for the last three years.
# Rubber Stamp
Ombudsman's Office will have to wait "a few weeks" to sign off on "a small number of cases"
A lack of a system to handle the changeover in the Ombudsman’s Office means that there will be nobody to rubber stamp some cases.
# Syria
Russia 'offers four-step plan for Syria arms handover'
The plan was given to the American side on Tuesday, but only announced by Russia yesterday evening.
# Libya
Libyan Council hands over power to first elected assembly
The new assembly includes members from the Muslim Brotherhood, conservative Salafis, liberals and a bloc of independents.
# Handover
Former Dublin Garda station leased to childcare company
Minister of State Brian Hayes said that he was open to leasing other State properties to businesses and the community.