Northern Ireland

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New figures have revealed more than 700 women from Northern Ireland travelled to England for an abortion last year. According to the Department of Health in England and Wales, 742 women from Northern Ireland travelled to England for an abortion in 2016, down from 833 in 2015.

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A member of the British Humanist Association (BHA) has been granted an order compelling the General Register Office to take all necessary steps to authorise a legally valid and binding humanist wedding ceremony. Sitting in the High Court in Belfast, Mr Justice Colton quashed the decision of the Gene

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Matthew Jury A law firm representing some victims of terrorism in Northern Ireland have called on the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) to advance their interests in negotiations with the Conservative Party.

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The High Court in Belfast has ruled in favour of a couple who sought permission for a legally-binding humanist wedding ceremony. Mr Justice Colton quashed the General Register Office’s decision to refuse an application for authorisation for a humanist marriage on the grounds that it breached the a

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Maria McCloskey Maria McCloskey, an associate solicitor at Napier & Sons in Belfast, has been appointed to co-ordinate a new legal project in partnership with the Northern Ireland Community of Refugees and Asylum Seekers (NICRAS).

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Pictured: Michael Johnston, managing partner at Carson McDowell, with newly appointed partners Mary-Kim Doherty, Kerry Teahan, Peter Guzhar, Grant McBurney and Olivia O’Kane Northern Ireland's largest independent law firm, Carson McDowell, has today announced the appointment of five new partners.

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