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Green Party leader Eamon Ryan The Green Party has lost its legal challenge against public broadcaster RTÉ over its exclusion from a televised general election debate.

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The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has ruled unanimously that the article 7 right of a juror convicted for contempt of court in England after she conducted research on the internet was not violated. Theodora Dallas complained that the English common law offence of contempt of court had not b

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British intelligence agency GCHQ has won a legal case over its ability to hack suspects’ phones and computers after a tribunal ruled such “equipment interference” was lawful. Seven internet providers as well as Privacy International challenged the practice, which is also called “computer net

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A woman has been awarded €40,615 in damages after a portion of the ceiling in her rented accommodation in Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, fell on her head and back. The defendant, Eamon Clohessy, was the landlord of plaintiff Ms Concepta Collery and accepted that there was a duty to keep the premises in g

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