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Individuals and companies would be able to donate no more than €10,000 to a politician, candidate or political party within a 12-month period under legislation proposed by Lucinda Creighton TD. The Electoral (Amendment) (Moriarty Tribunal) Bill 2015, to be presented in Dáil Éireann by Ms Creight

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A Roma family whose son was removed by gardaí overnight because of unsubstantiated claims that he may not have been the family's biological child has won €60,000 in damages. The High Court in Dublin heard that the blonde-haired child was removed in October 2013 amid heightened vigilance after a c

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Transport Ninister Paschal Donohoe Transport Minister Paschal Donohoe will oversee a consolidation of primary and secondary legislation concerning road traffic safety, a government spokeswoman has told the Irish Times.

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The English Bridge Union (EBU) has failed in a legal challenge to have the card game recognised as a sport. A judge at the High Court in London ruled that the decision by English Sports Council - a non-departmental public body which provides government and lottery funding for sport in the community

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The English Bridge Union (EBU) has failed in a legal challenge to have the card game recognised as a sport. A judge at the High Court in London ruled that the decision by English Sports Council - a non-departmental public body which provides government and lottery funding for sport in the community

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Emily Logan Emily Logan, the chief commissioner of the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission (IHREC), will deliver a keynote speech at the Irish Women Lawyers' Association (IWLA)'s annual gala dinner this weekend.

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Deputy President of the UK Supreme Court, Lady Hale Deputy President of the UK Supreme Court, Lady Hale, delivered a lecture at Gray’s Inn last night as one of a series of four given by each of the Inns of Court to celebrate the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta.

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A leaked UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) document which called on member states to consider “decriminalising drug use and possession for personal consumption” does not represent UNODC policy, the UN office has clarified. The two-page briefing paper was solely intended for “dissemination a

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