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The Government of Ireland has said it will not oppose the Vulnerable Persons Bill introduced to Dáil Éireann yesterday by an independent TD. The proposed legislation is designed to "protect, on reasonable grounds, the financial autonomy of vulnerable persons, specifically elderly people, who lack

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Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald A voluntary organisation working to improve conditions for people living with or affected by HIV and AIDS has criticised Irish government plans to criminalise the sale of sex.

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Banks have attempted to repossess nearly 4,500 homes since the beginning of 2015 according to new figures from the Courts Service of Ireland obtained by The Irish Times. This figure is on top of the 7,100 dwellings lenders moved to repossess by January 1st this year.

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Mr Justice Brian Cregan Mr Justice Brian Cregan, chair of the commission investigating the wind-up of the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC), has said the investigation will take "several years" to complete.

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Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald yesterday signed the commencement order for the Marriage Act 2015, paving the way for the first same-sex marriages to be conducted in Ireland from Monday.

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Sara Moorhead SC, programme co-ordinator for The Bar of Ireland Schools participating in an equal opportunities programme have been invited to nominate students for a The Bar of Ireland programme in order to help disadvantaged students pursue a career in law.

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