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Mr Justice Donal O'Donnell A judge of the Supreme Court of Ireland has said the lack of a "legislative response" to long-standing difficulties with the defence of provocation is "dispiriting".

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Senator Mark Daly Senator Mark Daly sparked a row in Seanad Éireann as he called for gender quotas among judges in order to tackle their "unfair bias" towards survivors of sexual assault.

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Garda commissioner Nóirín O'Sullivan An Garda Síochána targeted over 600 organised crime gangs, investigated over 9,000 missing persons cases, and issued over 200,000 penalty-point notices in 2014, according to a new report.

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The Irish Prison Service (IPS) has expressed concerns about the use of children by gangs who are smuggling drugs and contraband into prison. The agency has launched a new confidential phone line following reports that criminal gangs are inserting drugs into children in order to smuggle them through

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A woman who was trafficked into Ireland and forced into sex work at the age of 14 has brought a High Court challenge to win backdated child benefit for her daughter. She says that her daughter, who was born in Ireland and has since been recognised as a refugee, was a refugee from birth and the child

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A woman who was trafficked into Ireland and forced into sex work at the age of 14 has brought a High Court challenge to win backdated child benefit for her daughter. She says that her daughter, who was born in Ireland and has since been recognised as a refugee, was a refugee from birth and the child

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