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Legislation providing for the registration and regulation of childminders among other early learning and childcare reforms has been published. The Child Care (Amendment) Bill 2024 will remove exemptions relating to childminders to facilitate the future extension of regulation to all paid, non-relati

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A round-up of human rights stories from around the world. Turkish police officers acquitted for murder of Kurdish lawyer Tahir Elçi | Medya News

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Two men have been arrested for beating a stranger they accused of making their penises magically disappear. Tayabu Eliazu, 35, and Assan Gariba, 24, allegedly dispensed mob justice after a brief interaction with another man, Abubakr Tanko, in Kasseh, Ghana.

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Former Law Society of Northern Ireland president Tony McGettigan has passed away. Mr McGettigan qualified as a solicitor in 1975 and was principal of Enniskillen firm P J Flanagan & Co until his retirement last June.

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A video game company is being sued for £656 million over claims it has abused its market dominance to overcharge 14 million people in the UK through its Steam platform. The claim against Valve Corporation has been filed at the Competition Appeal Tribunal in London and accuses the company of "s

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New guidelines are to be introduced on the commissioning, content and use of expert reports in the family courts. Justice minister Helen McEntee today published a wide-ranging review on the subject, which sets out 20 recommendations for reform, including the establishment of a panel of assessors to

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Over 12,900 applications have been completed under the Birth Information and Tracing Act since services commenced, with all applications now being processed within the statutory timeframes, according to a new report. The second annual report on the implementation of the government's action plan for

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UK lawyers tend to believe that the legal profession should self-regulate its use of AI, a survey suggests. A survey commissioned by Thomson Reuters found that 48 per cent of lawyers in UK firms and 50 per cent of UK in-house lawyers support self-regulation, with 36 per cent of lawyers in firms and

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