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Protesters in Dublin last weekend called for an end to direct provision. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Asylum seekers may be allowed to participate in certain areas of the workforce, the Government has confirmed. The Cabinet has agreed to lift the ban (...)

 Former Supreme Court judge Catherine McGuinness: “I was very sad to retire. But I had to go, they throw you out at 72.”  Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Prison is largely ineffective for rehabilitating sex offenders, retired Supreme Court judge Catherine McGuinness has said. Although sexual offenders (...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary: Airline was agreeing new deals that would result in Ryanair pilots being 20 per cent better paid than those in rivals such as Norwegian and Jet2. Photograph: François Lenoir

Ryanair pilots are calling on its chief executive Michael O’Leary to begin talks with named Irish representatives of a group seeking to negotiate new (...)

Foreign secretary Boris Johnson departs Downing Street after a meeting to discuss the  possibility of additional money for the Brexit “divorce bill”. Photograph: Jack Taylor

Conservative MPs have warned Theresa May against increasing Britain’s offer on the Brexit divorce bill as the prime minister met senior cabinet minist(...)

Gordon Elliot with Jack Kennedy and Potters Point in the winner’s enclosure at Fairyhouse in April. Photo: Cody Glenn/Sportsfile via Getty Images

Almost 10 months to the day after the Turf Club introduced its controversial new ‘Non-Trier’ rules the Gold Cup and Grand National-winning trainer Gor(...)

Protesters outside the Garden of Remembrance in Dublin during a demonstration calling for the end to the direct provision system. Photograph: Tom Honan.

Hundreds of people from across the State and Northern Ireland marched in Dublin on Saturday calling for an end to deportations and the direct provisio(...)

Ryanair Chief Executive Officer Michael O’Leary: described the pilots’ group email as  “latest salvo by this group of non Ryanair pilots to try to create difficulty for Ryanair and its pilots”

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary told a High Court jury he was “surprised and shocked” by an email issued in 2013 by a pilots’ group. The airli(...)

Max Schrems: the Austrian activist’s Facebook case has its origins in a 2011 complaint he filed to the Data Protection Commissioner in Dublin.

Viennese lawyer Max Schrems is entitled to sue Facebook’s Dublin-based subsidiary through the Austrian courts, a leading European Union court adviser (...)

The constitutional article on the special position of women in the home has ‘never truly been tested’ in the courts, a law lecturer has said. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The constitutional article on the special position of women in the home has “never truly been tested” in the courts as a “protective guarantee” requir(...)

Mr Justice Donal O’Donnell urged more ‘sceptical’ consideration of the view that the courts are obliged to develop new rights.

A Supreme Court judge has advocated judicial restraint in interpreting the Constitution and urged more “sceptical” consideration of the view that the (...)

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