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The child argued her “unblemished character” had not been taken into consideration.

An eight-year-old girl born in Ireland has had her unsuccessful citizenship application overturned by the High Court which found the decision should n(...)

The judgment would benefit a small but significant number of refugees, said Catherine Cosgrave, of the  Immigrant Council of Ireland

A ruling that allows refugees who married after they first sought asylum to apply to have their spouse join them in Ireland, should not delay long-awa(...)

Black non-Irish people are five times more likely to experience discrimination when seeking work, the research found. Photograph: iStock

Black Irish citizens are twice as likely to experience discrimination in seeking employment as white Irish residents and black non-Irish people are fi(...)

ICI president Paul Stevens

The European Union “will miss” the influence of the UK after Brexit, as progress on a capital markets union has slowed in recent times, according to t(...)

Quorn, in common with other fake meats, is incontestably ultra-processed – this appeals less to those who prefer to base their meals on natural, minimally processed ingredients that they can easily recognise as food. Photograph: Getty Images

What exactly is Quorn? I have been asked that question regularly for more than 30 years. This may be a reflection of the general population’s scientif(...)

Part of the demonstration for the unrestricted right to work for asylum seekers outside the Dáil .Photograph: Cyril Byrne

New regulations allowing asylum seekers work in limited circumstances, coming into force on Friday, were a “horrific joke” and “extremely disappointin(...)

Prof William Campbell at Trinity College Dublin this week, pictured with his original dissection kit from his time as an undergraduate student at the university. Photograph: Paul Sharp/Sharppix

Turning children on to science early is William C Campbell’s formula for a wondrous life. Arming them with an understanding of logic also comes in use(...)

Up to the end of May this year there had been 163 committals for immigration issues. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

More than 400 people were held in prison last year in relation to immigration issues, mainly awaiting deportation. Figures from the Irish Prison Ser(...)

A businessman’s action aimed at preventing the sale of shares held by the Government in AIB bank has been struck out by the High Court

A businessman’s action aimed at preventing the sale of shares held by the Government in AIB bank has been struck out by the High Court. Mr Justice P(...)

O’Donoghue’s case is against AIB Plc, the Minister for Finance, Ireland and the Attorney General. Photographer: Crispin Rodwell/Bloomberg

The State and AIB have asked the High Court to strike out an application aimed at preventing the sale of the government’s shareholding in the bank. (...)

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