The High Court has heard the Government has not yet decided if the case of the so called "hooded men" should be revisited by the European Court of Human Rights.
Mon, 01 Dec, 2014
Men who claim they were tortured by the British authorities in Northern Ireland in the 1970s are taking their case to the High Court today.
The Government is “very seriously” considering demands to reopen a landmark case against Britain over the alleged use of torture in the North during the Troubles.
Mon, 24 Nov, 2014
A Corkwoman who was sexually abused by her school principal has won a landmark lawsuit against the Irish state for failing to protect her.
Tue, 28 Jan, 2014
An IRA man jailed after a suspected spy ring was unearthed has lost the final leg of legal battles to stop the courts accepting confidential evidence from senior gardaí.
Thu, 12 Dec, 2013
A woman who travelled out of Ireland to terminate a pregnancy while in remission from cancer had her human rights violated because of the country’s ban on abortion, European judges ruled today.
Thu, 16 Dec, 2010
Ireland’s abortion laws are in the human rights spotlight today in a landmark legal ruling which could overturn the country’s sovereign right to protect unconditionally “the life of the unborn”.
Maze prison escapee Brendan “Bik” McFarlane was today awarded €15,000 over his prosecution for the kidnap of supermarket boss Don Tidey.
Fri, 10 Sep, 2010
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