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Supreme Court dismisses Dunnes' Karen Millen appeal Irish retailer faces substantial legal costs arising from the litigation over the copying of designs Karen Millen on Grafton Street, Dublin. The...
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2014/07/22 13:53
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Air pollution will continue to be a killer, Government admits DEFRA: Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs AIR pollution will continue to kill hundreds of people every year in the...
2014/07/22 13:52
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Conservative former shadow home secretary David Davis and Labour backbencher Tom Watson are applying for a judicial review of the Act, which was rushed through Parliament in just three days with the...
2014/07/22 11:19
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DRIP Bill legal challenge Two MPs are planning a legal challenge against the Government’s emergency law to ensure security agencies retain access to communications data. Labour's Tom Watson and Tory...
2014/07/22 06:06
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A study by the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR 2013) for the European Commission models the effects of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) in a computable general...
2014/07/21 11:44
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Sweden Calls For EU Ruling On Bitcoin Taxationby Ulrika Lomas, Tax-News.com, Brussels21 July 2014 Sweden has asked the European Union to provide definitive rules on the Value Added Tax treatment of...
2014/07/20 19:34
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Monday, July 21, 2014If that sounds familiar, it has now become a reality but with reasons for concerns. The irony is nothing has actually changed fundamentally despite all the subsequent hoo-ha. It...
2014/07/20 03:13
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GENEVA (Reuters) - The top U.N. human rights official suggested on Wednesday the United States should abandon its efforts to prosecute Edward Snowden, saying his revelations of massive state...
2014/07/18 23:52
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If I'm overweight I have nobody to blame but myself The EU goes against common sense again, this time it is all about weight. Under EU rules obesity could now be considered a disability[GETTY] I...
2014/07/18 23:10
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BIG CHANGES: New laws could mean huge bills for employees [PA] They will also qualify for priority parking as obesity is regarded as a disability. And companies concerned about their image such as...
2014/07/18 16:48
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EU countries appear to be divided on how to implement a recent European Court of Justice ruling that calls on Google and other search engines to remove certain links from their indexes. The 28-state...
2014/07/18 15:43
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What you need to know about the data retention billSecurityby Jimmy Nicholls| 18 July 2014The government's snooping law has whipped up quite the controversy. This week the government has pushed...
2014/07/18 10:42
2014/07/18 10:42
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The Open Rights Group (ORG) is taking the government to court to try to block the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers (Drip) bill, which was rushed through parliament on Tuesday. The bill cleared...
2014/07/18 06:38
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A conference on data protection staged by ITN in the wake of the ‘right-to-be-forgotten’ ruling has heard that journalism needs “special protection.” The broadcaster organised this week’s event...
2014/07/17 19:39
2014/07/17 19:39
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A human egg used to produce stem cells but unable to develop into a viable embryo can potentially be patented, a key EU legal chief said Thursday. In an opinion of huge interest for biotechnology...
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2014/07/17 18:51
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Lindsay Hoyle, Deputy Speaker in the House of Commons, informed MPs that the Queen had agreed to formally bring in the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act 2014. Peers took just two hours to...
2014/07/17 16:43
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THE HOUSE OF LORDS is taking a cautious stance on the data retention investigatory powers (DRIP) bill and has admitted "concern" over the fast-tracking of it. Home secretary Theresa May greased the...
2014/07/17 16:39
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... has lost another lawsuit filed against it by luxury goods maker Louis Vuitton Malletier. The Paris District Court ruled Thursday that eBay was liable for harming the reputation of LVM's...
2014/07/17 16:28
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UK bosses must give overweight employees the same rights as disabled people, warns a legal adviser in the EU courts.Reuters British bosses must treat severely fat employees as disabled under European...
2014/07/17 15:52
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A controversial data retention and investigatory powers bill (Drip) that has been quickly shoved through Parliament by the Tory-led Coalition government looks set to become law after peers in the...
2014/07/22 15:50
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