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Anti-vaccine protesters have failed in a bid to "bring London to a total standstill" by wantonly pressing buttons on pedestrian crossings. Members of a thousands-strong Facebook group were urged to "remind this government that NOTHING moves or happens in this country unless the people agree to

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Data-driven measures to tackle the Covid-19 pandemic such as contact logging and tracing raise data protection concerns, experts from the Covid-19 Law and Human Rights Observatory at Trinity College Dublin have said. In a 69-page report published today, legal experts recommend the government should

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Northern Ireland's justice minister Naomi Long has reassured Derry solicitors that the city's Bishop Street courthouse will reopen "once Covid has passed". Department of Justice officials have met with the Law Society of Northern Ireland and are set to meet with the Foyle Local Solicitors Associatio

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Ireland is "the GDPR's worst bottleneck" and contributing to Europe's "enforcement paralysis" when it comes to data protection, the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) has concluded in a report submitted to the EU's justice commissioner. The report warns that Ireland has failed to send draft de

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UK law firm TLT has signed the Greener Litigation Pledge as part of its aim to be a net zero business by 2025 and to support its clients with their own sustainability goals. Signatories commit to actively reducing, with a view to minimising, the environmental impacts of litigation in the English and

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A middle-aged Liverpudlian spent three nights in a maximum-security jail after being mistaken for one of Italy's most-wanted mafia bosses. Prosecutors apologised to the 54-year-old, named only as Mark, after he was arrested at gunpoint at a restaurant in the Hague and taken blindfolded to jail, Dutc

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Over €4.2 million was returned to the Exchequer by the Criminal Assets Bureau (CAB) during 2020, according to its latest annual reports. In spite of the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the CAB brought 31 new applications to the High Court under proceeds of crime legislation in 2020, matching t

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