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Engineering giant Rolls-Royce will pay £671 million to settle corruption cases with authorities in the UK and US. The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) found the company failed to prevent bribery as well as conspiracy to corrupt in India, China and other markets.

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The Irish Council of Civil Liberties (ICCL) has called for urgent legislation to clarify the rights of accused persons to access legal advice and to access a solicitor while being questioned in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling in DPP v Doyle. Speaking yesterday, Liam Herrick, executive director

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Children's Minister Dr Katherine Zappone Children's Minister Dr Katherine Zappone has secured Government approval for her proposals to reform the current guardians ad litem system.

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Finian McGrath, minister of state for disability "Considerable progress" has been made to overcome the barriers to Ireland's ratification of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, a Government minister has said.

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The in camera rule in family law cases is "sufficiently robust" and not in need of review, Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald has said. Responding to a question in the Dáil, Ms Fitzgerald said she was satisfied with the changes made under the oversight of her predecessor, Justice Minister Alan Sha

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