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Family of man shot by soldier in 1972 win leave for judicial review of inquest verdict

The family of a man who was fatally shot by a British soldier in 1972 has sought leave from the High Court to challenge the original inquest verdict of "misadventure".

Published 24 December 2019

Anonymous litigant petitions UK Supreme Court directly over Brexit border case

An anonymous litigant who failed to persuade the Court of Appeal that the UK cannot leave the EU if it results in the imposition of a hard border has lodged a petition for leave to the UK Supreme Court.

Published 9 October 2019

Court of Appeal reserves judgment on Brexit case brought by anonymous applicant

The Court of Appeal in Belfast has reserved judgment on an appeal from an anonymous applicant arguing that the UK cannot leave the EU if it results in the imposition of a hard border.

Published 17 September 2019

Lawyers for Patrick Duffy welcome fresh inquest into 1978 Army shooting

Lawyers for a man who was shot dead by British soldiers in 1978 have welcomed a decision to hold a fresh inquest into the shooting.

Published 2 April 2019

Derry Four to receive five-figure settlement from PSNI Chief Constable

Four men from Derry who fled south of the border after they were allegedly wrongfully accused of murder have been awarded a five-figure sum in compensation from the Chief Constable of the PSNI.

Published 29 January 2019