Northern Ireland

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The National Crime Agency (NCA) recorded 44 disruptions of organised crime and made 36 arrests in its first year of full operation in Northern Ireland, new figures show. The NCA became fully operational in Northern Ireland in May 2015 and works closely with the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PS

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Justice Secretary Liz Truss Plans to scrap the Human Rights Act and replace it with a "British Bill of Rights" are to go ahead according to Justice Secretary Liz Truss.

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Pictured (l-r, top-bottom): James Flanagan of Arthur Cox; Conor Toal of AMT-Sybex; William Curry of Arthur Cox; Morris McCracken and Tom Gilgun of the Central Procurement Directive; Brian Mitchell and Leonard Hayes of AMT-Sybex; Robert Huey; and David Torrens Arthur Cox advised Northern Ireland's De

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A cross-community group of MLAs are expected to file legal proceedings at the High Court in Belfast over the UK's Brexit vote. Raymond McCord, a prominent victims rights campaigner whose son was killed by loyalist paramilitaries in 1997, lodged an application for judicial review at the High Court ea

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The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) has completed interviewing a number of former soldiers who were involved in the Bloody Sunday killings in 1972. A report is now being compiled, to be sent to the Public Prosecution Service (PPS).

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Criminal justice agencies have teamed up to launch a charity fundraising initiative celebrating 60 years of The Duke of Edinburgh's Award (DofE). The Northern Ireland Prison Service, Probation Board and Youth Justice Agency will invite prisoners, prison staff, probation officers and youth justice wo

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Pictured (l-r): Noel Kelly, vice-president of the Industrial Tribunals and Fair Employment Tribunal; former Justice Minister David Ford MLA; Caoimhe O’Kane LLM and Joan Davison LLM of Sullivans Law; Professor Ciaran White, director of the Ulster University Law Clinic Belfast firm Sullivans Law has

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The man taking forward the first Northern Ireland legal challenge against the Brexit vote has won an application for legal aid on appeal. Raymond McCord, a prominent victims rights campaigner whose son was killed by loyalist paramilitaries in 1997, lodged an application for judicial review at the Hi

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NGOs, community activists, litigators, academics and funders will come together at an international conference on strategic litigation in Belfast later this year. The three-day Litigating for Social Change conference will see delegates consider how strategic litigation can transform lives and enable

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Two sisters from Belfast have settled sexual harassment claims against the owner of KFC restaurants for £14,000 and £16,000 respectively with the support of the Equality Commission for Northern Ireland. Kirstie and Courtney McKeever alleged they suffered harassment by a male co-worker at KFC on th

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