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There was a sharp increase in Irish passport applications following the UK's vote to leave the European Union, according to new figrues from the Department of Foreign Affairs. In July - the first full month since the EU referendum - there were 7,321 applications for Irish passports from people livin

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Former Justice Minister Dermot Ahern Former Justice Minister Dermot Ahern receives a total state pension of around €110,000 a year, the Irish Independent reports.

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Jobs Minister Mary Mitchell-O'Connor Jobs Minister Mary Mitchell-O'Connor is drafting legislation to improve access to the courts for lower value intellectual property (IP) infringement cases and create copyright exemptions to service the needs of disabled people.

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Guardians ad litem (Gal) in Irish childcare cases were paid a total of €8.9 million in 2015, an increase of 7.5 per cent on the previous year. New figures released by Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, following a Freedom of Information (FOI) request show that twenty individuals and firms acting

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Global firm Pinsent Masons, which has a strong base in Northern Ireland, has refused to rule out a future expansion into Dublin as part of its response to the Brexit vote. The firm does not currently have a base in Ireland, but is said to be carrying out a review of its Irish operations after the UK

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Five young Belfast entrepreneurs learned about the legal process of setting up a start-up at an interactive workshop hosted by Arthur Cox. Five young people from Catalyst’s Connect Young Founders Programme, which helps 16-18-year-olds translate their ideas into commercially viable businesses over

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