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Court docket grants leave for JR on blocked council debate

Court docket grants leave for JR on blocked council debate

The High Court on Wednesday granted permission to Southern District Council chairman Lo Kin-hei to legally challenge a decision by the council's secretary last year, when she failed to facilitate a council discussion about the police. The proposed agenda item concerned how the Southern Police District handled cases involving mentally incapacitated persons. This followed a…...

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Taoiseach: Eire’s illegal adoption scandal is ‘ghastly’

Taoiseach: Eire’s illegal adoption scandal is ‘ghastly’

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said Ireland’s illegal adoption scandal is “shocking” and the Government will deal with it in a “caring way”.In a strong contribution to his parliamentary party meeting, Mr Martin was speaking ahead of Wednesday night’s broadcast on RTÉ television of its investigation into how widespread the practice of illegal adoptions was in…...

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Lovely ache seeks same rights for frequent-legislation unions as married couples

Lovely ache seeks same rights for frequent-legislation unions as married couples

Lawyer Anne-France Goldwater has served notice she'll seek to challenge the absence of legal protection for common-law couples in Quebec. Author of the article: Linda Gyulai  •  Montreal Gazette Family lawyer Anne-France Goldwater has dedicated her career to fighting for changes to Quebec's Civil Code to assign the same rights and obligations to common-law couples…...

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EU, Britain conflict all as soon as more in most up to the moment post-Brexit spat

EU, Britain conflict all as soon as more in most up to the moment post-Brexit spat

BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union said Wednesday that Britain’s “unilateral action” on trade rules will breach international law and is threatening legal action as post-Brexit tensions continue to escalate between the two sides.Commission vice-president Maroš Šefčovič said in a statement that UK’s decision to unilaterally extend a grace period on checks for goods moving…...

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Longer detention of asylum seekers justified: govt

Longer detention of asylum seekers justified: govt

Security officials have dismissed concerns that proposed changes to the Immigration Ordinance relating to the detention of asylum seekers would violate a common law principle ensuring they may only be detained for a reasonable period of time. The Hardial Singh Principles state that a person can’t continue to be detained, if the screening of non-refoulment…...

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Court grants leave for JR on blocked council debate

Court grants leave for JR on blocked council debate

The High Court on Wednesday granted permission to Southern District Council chairman Lo Kin-hei to legally challenge a decision by the council's secretary last year, when she failed to facilitate a council discussion about the police. The proposed agenda item concerned how the Southern Police District handled cases involving mentally incapacitated persons. This followed a…...

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Taoiseach: Ireland’s illegal adoption scandal is ‘beautiful’

Taoiseach: Ireland’s illegal adoption scandal is ‘beautiful’

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said Ireland’s illegal adoption scandal is “shocking” and the Government will deal with it in a “caring way”.In a strong contribution to his parliamentary party meeting, Mr Martin was speaking ahead of Wednesday night’s broadcast on RTÉ television of its investigation into how widespread the practice of illegal adoptions was in…...

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Appropriate hiss seeks identical rights for well-liked-law unions as married couples

Appropriate hiss seeks identical rights for well-liked-law unions as married couples

Lawyer Anne-France Goldwater has served notice she'll seek to challenge the absence of legal protection for common-law couples in Quebec. Author of the article: Linda Gyulai  •  Montreal Gazette Family lawyer Anne-France Goldwater has dedicated her career to fighting for changes to Quebec's Civil Code to assign the same rights and obligations to common-law couples…...

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TRP rip-off: HC grants bail to light BARC CEO Partho Dasgupta

TRP rip-off: HC grants bail to light BARC CEO Partho Dasgupta

Mumbai: The Bombay High Court on Tuesday granted bail to former Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC) CEO Partho Dasgupta, an accused in the Television Rating Points (TRP) rigging scam. Justice P D Naik granted bail to Dasgupta (55) on a personal bond of Rs 2 lakh and two solven sureties of the same amount. The…...

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