Tony Mcgleenan

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The union flag flies at half mast at the courthouse in Omagh, Co Tyrone. File Photograph:  Ben Curtis/PA

Nationalists are being unlawfully denied equal treatment by flying the union flag at courthouses in Northern Ireland, a judge has heard. Lawyers cla(...)

 The late Pearse Jordan’s father Hugh (left), mother Teresa and brother Matt  outside the Royal Courts of Justice in Belfast, November 7th, 2016.  Photograph: David Young/PA Wire

Two police officers involved in the inquest of an IRA man killed in Belfast by security forces more than 20 years ago should be investigated for alle(...)

Victims’ rights campaigner Raymond McCord, who is challenging the constitutional authority of the British government to take Northern Ireland out of the European Union . File photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

Executing Brexit would be an “act of profound legal and constitutional as well as political significance” for Northern Ireland, Belfast High Court was(...)

Campaigners from a group called Border Communities Against Brexit outside Belfast’s High Court where a legal challenge to Brexit is taking place. Photograph: Michael McHugh/PA Wire

The British prime minister Theresa May acted legally and democratically in announcing that she will take the United Kingdom out of the European Union,(...)

Northern Ireland Attorney General John Larkin. Photograph: PA

Northern Ireland’s Attorney General could be set to become involved in landmark legal bids to stop the UK’s planned departure from the European Union.(...)

An appeal has begun in Northern Ireland to a High Court ruling that the law on abortion is incompatible with human rights legislation. Photograph: PA

The Northern Ireland Department of Justice has said it has committed no unlawful act in its handling of its abortion regime, the Court of Appeal in Be(...)

A file image of the Shankill Road in Belfast. None of the six suspects identified over the IRA Shankill Road bombing received so-called comfort letters issued in the controversial On The Runs scheme, the High Court in Belfast has heard. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire.

None of the six suspects identified over the IRA Shankill Road bombing received so-called comfort letters issued in the controversial On The Runs sche(...)

An investigation into suspected tax evasion targeted four former partners at Belfast accountancy firm KPMG in a publicity stunt, the High Court heard on Wednesday.

An investigation into suspected tax evasion targeted four former partners at Belfast accountancy firm KPMG in a publicity stunt, the High Court heard (...)

Same-sex couple Shannon Sickles (left) and Grainne Close arrive at Belfast High Court for their  case against the ban on gay marriage in Northern Ireland, December 3rd, 2015. File photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Two gay couples barred from getting married in Northern Ireland have suffered no grave breach of their human rights, the High Court heard on Friday. (...)

A High Court previously ruled that it was “irrational” for  former Nothern Ireland health minister Edwin Poots to maintain the ban on blood donations from gay men. Photograph: The Irish Times

Former Northern Ireland health minister Edwin Poots was entitled to go against the rest of the UK in maintaining the ban on gay men giving blood in No(...)

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