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UK Home Secretary Theresa May UK Home Secretary Theresa May has suggested new powers for spies should be properly scrutinised by the UK Parliament following calls from the Prime Minister and a Liberal Democrat peer to fast-track the legislation in the wake of the Paris attacks.

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The Director of Public Prosecutions has won an appeal to proceed with the trial of Valeriu Sirbu, despite the loss of CCTV footage showing Sirbu committing the alleged crime, and despite the fact that the prosecution case now lies entirely on the statements of those who saw the CCTV footage. The Cou

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Noeline Blackwell, director general of FLAC There has been “bewilderingly little progress” in tackling the problem of mortgage arrears despite Irish government promises in May, according to Free Legal Advice Centres (FLAC).

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Dublin is reportedly usurping London's reputation as the libel capital of the world following the implementation of the UK's Defamation Act 2013. The number of defamation cases in the UK fell from 86 to 63 in 2014, the lowest level for six years, according to new research conducted by Thomson Reuter

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