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British peers have kicked up a fuss about the quality of the heavily subsidised food and drink available in the House of Lords. In letters and emails sent to parliamentary authorities and published by openDemocracy, members of the unelected chamber complained about the amount of salmon and quality o

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A forthcoming conference will bring together experts to discuss police custody in Ireland for the first time. Taking place in Blackhall Place on 29 and 30 September 2022, the conference will hear from gardaí, members of the Garda Inspectorate and the Policing Authority, representatives of NGO

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Criminal law barristers are being balloted on action as their legal aid dispute with the UK government continues. Some 2,500 members of the Criminal Bar Association (CBA) are being balloted on escalating a work-to-rule that has been in place for six weeks, The Times reports.

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Solicitor Susan Gilvarry has been appointed as the new sole member of the long-running inquiry into the Nama scandal. Retired High Court judge Mr Justice John Cooke, who was originally appointed to lead the commission of investigation on its establishment in 2017, passed away in April this year.

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A major insurer has been ordered to pay €5 million ($5.2 million) to a woman who caught an STD after having unprotected sex in a man's insured car. A court in Missouri upheld the decision of an arbitrator requiring Geico to make the payment to the woman who they say contracted HPV, according to

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LK Shields Solicitors has announced the appointment of Abigail Butler as a senior associate in the firm's litigation and dispute resolution team. Ms Butler joins from another Irish law firm and has experience in dealing with matters before the Circuit Court, High Court, Commercial Court and Court of

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