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The Irish government is to provide €1 million to the International Criminal Court (ICC) for the purposes of improving security and protecting witnesses. The voluntary contribution forms part of a €3 million sum pledged to the ICC in November 2023. The government previously explained how &e

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Milan has abandoned plans to ban the sale of ice cream after midnight following a severe backlash. City authorities said the proposed ban on all takeaway food, including the pizza and gelato beloved by so many Italians, would strike a balance "between socialising and entertainment, and the peace and

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Matheson has welcomed 42 newly-qualified solicitors across its asset management, commercial litigation, commercial real estate, corporate, finance and capital markets, private client and tax teams.

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European trade unions and employers' organisations are being consulted on the possibility of new EU rules on remote working and the 'right to disconnect'. The first-stage consultation of European social partners launched by the European Commission this week follows a vote by MEPs in 2021 which calle

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The Tax Appeals Commission (TAC) resolved over 1,500 appeals worth around €1.4 billion last year, according to new figures. A total of 1,521 appeals valued at €1.386 billion were closed — a 24 per cent decline in volume and a 60 per cent decline in value when compared with the previo

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Ugandan cocoa farmers have been forced to hire armed men to protect their crop amid soaring cocoa prices. Cocoa prices recently soared to an all-time high due to unusually dry weather in Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire, though have fallen back recently as conditions have improved.

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Community and voluntary organisations are self-censoring out of fear of losing State funding, a new report suggests. Almost two-fifths (37 per cent) of participants in research conducted by the Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) reported that they have curtailed their advocacy, campaigning or

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The UK's controversial new legacy law has come into force, bringing a premature end to dozens of inquests and investigations related to killings during the Troubles. The Northern Ireland Troubles (Legacy and Reconciliation) Act 2023, which the Irish government is challenging in a rare interstate app

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William Fry has appointed Clodagh Ruigrok, Elena Canavan-Young, Nessa Joyce, Barbara Galvin, Deirdre O'Donovan, Aisling O'Gorman, Tiernan Diamond, Barry Scannell and Rachel Hayes as partners in a major promotions round. The firm has welcomed the nine new partners across four departments — asse

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