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A man who complained German courts violated his article 6 right to be presumed innocent after they revoked the suspension of a sentence previously imposed on him has won his appeal at the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR). The ECtHR noted that the German courts had stated their “firm convicti

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A man who complained German courts violated his article 6 right to be presumed innocent after they revoked the suspension of a sentence previously imposed on him has won his appeal at the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR). The ECtHR noted that the German courts had stated their “firm convicti

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A sausage firm based in Downpatrick has threatened legal action against the World Health Organisation (WHO) for causing damage to its "reputation and business". Denis Lynn, chief executive of Lynn's Country Foods, told the Belfast News Letter that widely-reported claims that sausages can increase th

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The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of an Irish farmer who objected to the compulsory purchase of his land by the Industrial Development Agency (IDA). The Supreme Court found that the IDA had acted beyond its powers, and that the connection between the IDA chairman and the consultant group recomme

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Taoiseach Enda Kenny Taoiseach Enda Kenny has told TDs that a law to reduce Irish bankruptcy terms from three years to one year could be passed before the Irish general election.

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A District Court judge erred in declining jurisdiction over a tax charges case against a company owned by former government minister Michael Lowry, the High Court has ruled. Judge John O'Neill of Dublin District Court refused to hear a case brought by the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) agains

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