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Robert Shiels commends a new look at the self-invented authoritarian Caesars who present such a clear and present danger to democracy and the rule of law today.

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1848, sometimes known as The Springtime of the Peoples, saw revolutionary fervour sweep across Europe and the publication by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels of The Communist Manifesto. Robert Shiels finds a new history of this European turning point by the eminent historian Sir Christopher Clark comp

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Graham Ogilvy reviews a "true story of love, crime and a dangerous obsession". Stendhal syndrome is unlikely to feature in a plea of mitigation in a court near you — and citing it did nothing to secure the liberty of Stéphane Breitwieser, the working-class Frenchman who systematically p

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The High Court has determined that the dependents of a man who was shot dead on his doorstep were not entitled to recover under the criminal injuries compensation scheme due to the victim's own criminal history. Delivering judgment for the High Court, Ms Justice Mary Rose Gearty stated: “The p

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Joanna Robinson is used to long and demanding journeys. The partner at Pinsent Masons in Belfast is already preparing for the Chicago Marathon in October, having completed her first such event in Dublin last year. On the promise, she rather ruefully recalls that it was going to be a very flat route

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Alexander Langan MacDonnell BL discusses his selection as the 2024 of the Bar of Ireland and Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) Procedural Rights Fellow. I chose a career as a barrister after I took part in TY work experience in the courts and saw the type of work that goes on in the courts an

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