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Belfast Telegraph
Kingsmill massacre: 'Finish them off' was chilling order as men lay after being mowed downinto evidence. The first inquest was held shortly after the massacre and was a
Kingsmill massacre: 'Finish them off' was chilling order as men lay after being mowed down
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 hours ago
into evidence. The first inquest was held shortly after the massacre and was a very "limited exercise". Attorney General John Larkin QC ordered the new inquest after the HET found members of the IRA were involved despite a claim of responsibility... Read more
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U TV
Kingsmill survivor gives chilling account of attackinquest in 1978 lasted just 30 minutes and recorded an open verdict. In 2013,
Kingsmill survivor gives chilling account of attack
U TV / Posted 19 hours ago
inquest in 1978 lasted just 30 minutes and recorded an open verdict. In 2013, Northern Ireland's Attorney General, John Larkin, ordered a new coroner-led probe following a long campaign for justice by Mr Black and bereaved... Read more
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U TV
Families arrive for Kingsmill inquestinquest in 1978 lasted just 30 minutes and recorded an open verdict. In 2013,
Families arrive for Kingsmill inquest
U TV / Posted 23 hours ago
inquest in 1978 lasted just 30 minutes and recorded an open verdict. In 2013, Northern Ireland's Attorney General, John Larkin, ordered a new coroner-led probe following a long campaign for justice by Mr Black and bereaved... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
The Secret highlights important questionsfreedoms. The addiction to victimology is its companion piece in the stagnation
The Secret highlights important questions
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
freedoms. The addiction to victimology is its companion piece in the stagnation of Stormont politics. The Attorney General, John Larkin, was right to call for the end of Troubles' cases. The Secret was a fine dramatic achievement, which showed us... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Kingsmill massacre inquest begins over murder of 10 protestants in 1976inquest in 1978 lasted just 30 minutes and recorded an open verdict. In 2013,
Kingsmill massacre inquest begins over murder of 10 protestants in 1976
Irish Examiner / Posted yesterday
inquest in 1978 lasted just 30 minutes and recorded an open verdict. In 2013, Northern Ireland's Attorney General, John Larkin, ordered a new coroner-led probe following a long campaign for justice by Mr Black and bereaved... Read more
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RTE News
Inquest into Kingsmill massacre set to beginoriginal inquest in 1978 lasted just 30 minutes and recorded an open verdict.
Inquest into Kingsmill massacre set to begin
RTE News / Posted yesterday
original inquest in 1978 lasted just 30 minutes and recorded an open verdict. In 2013, Northern Ireland's Attorney General, John Larkin, ordered a new coroner-led probe following a long campaign for justice by Mr Black and bereaved... Read more
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The North West Star
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announcedAustralian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Re
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announced
The North West Star / Posted 4 days ago
Australian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Readers includes Fiona Wood's Cloudwish, John Larkin's The Pause and Erin Gough's The Flywheel. For younger readers, the works by veteran writers dominate including... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announcedAustralian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Re
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announced
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
Australian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Readers includes Fiona Wood's Cloudwish, John Larkin's The Pause and Erin Gough's The Flywheel. For younger readers, the works by veteran writers dominate including... Read more
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The Border Mail
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announcedAustralian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Re
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announced
The Border Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Australian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Readers includes Fiona Wood's Cloudwish, John Larkin's The Pause and Erin Gough's The Flywheel. For younger readers, the works by veteran writers dominate including... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announcedAustralian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Re
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announced
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Australian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Readers includes Fiona Wood's Cloudwish, John Larkin's The Pause and Erin Gough's The Flywheel. For younger readers, the works by veteran writers dominate including... Read more
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The Courier
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announcedAustralian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Re
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announced
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
Australian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Readers includes Fiona Wood's Cloudwish, John Larkin's The Pause and Erin Gough's The Flywheel. For younger readers, the works by veteran writers dominate including... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announcedAustralian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Re
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announced
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
Australian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Readers includes Fiona Wood's Cloudwish, John Larkin's The Pause and Erin Gough's The Flywheel. For younger readers, the works by veteran writers dominate including... Read more
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The Young Witness
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announcedAustralian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Re
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announced
The Young Witness / Posted 4 days ago
Australian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Readers includes Fiona Wood's Cloudwish, John Larkin's The Pause and Erin Gough's The Flywheel. For younger readers, the works by veteran writers dominate including... Read more
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Western Advocate
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announcedAustralian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Re
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announced
Western Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
Australian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Readers includes Fiona Wood's Cloudwish, John Larkin's The Pause and Erin Gough's The Flywheel. For younger readers, the works by veteran writers dominate including... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announcedAustralian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Re
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announced
Kiama Independent / Posted 4 days ago
Australian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Readers includes Fiona Wood's Cloudwish, John Larkin's The Pause and Erin Gough's The Flywheel. For younger readers, the works by veteran writers dominate including... Read more
10 related stories
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Manning River Times
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announcedAustralian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Re
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announced
Manning River Times / Posted 4 days ago
Australian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Readers includes Fiona Wood's Cloudwish, John Larkin's The Pause and Erin Gough's The Flywheel. For younger readers, the works by veteran writers dominate including... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announcedAustralian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Re
Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year awards shortlist announced
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 4 days ago
Australian children's writing. The shortlist for Book of the Year for Older Readers includes Fiona Wood's Cloudwish, John Larkin's The Pause and Erin Gough's The Flywheel. For younger readers, the works by veteran writers dominate including... Read more
10 related stories
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Belfast Telegraph
Army's 1972 killing of schoolboy Manus Deery re-enactedby the Army during the Troubles has taken place in Londonderry. It follows a d
Army's 1972 killing of schoolboy Manus Deery re-enacted
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
by the Army during the Troubles has taken place in Londonderry. It follows a directive from the Attorney General, John Larkin, that a fresh inquest into the fatal shooting of Manus Deery should take place. The 15-year-old, who came from... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Trace evidence of antifreeze found in drinking water at grade school in Slingerdrinking water at Addison Elementary School. According to a letter sent to the
Trace evidence of antifreeze found in drinking water at grade school in Slinger
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 7 days ago
drinking water at Addison Elementary School. According to a letter sent to the parents on Saturday, May 14th, Principal John Larkin told parents the following: “This problem requires immediate action to prevent exposure, but we do not believe... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Kingsmill massacre inquest to go ahead despite postponement callsinquest in 1978 lasted just 30 minutes and recorded an open verdict. In 2013,
Kingsmill massacre inquest to go ahead despite postponement calls
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
inquest in 1978 lasted just 30 minutes and recorded an open verdict. In 2013, Northern Ireland's Attorney General, John Larkin, ordered a new inquest following a long campaign for justice by Mr Black and bereaved relatives. Meanwhile, the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Attorney general challenges 'coerced expression' in 'gay cake' row Attorney general John Larkin QC said: " ... it is a very great wrong ... to m
Attorney general challenges 'coerced expression' in 'gay cake' row
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
Attorney general John Larkin QC said: " ... it is a very great wrong ... to make someone say something which conflicts with religious beliefs." The Christian owners of a bakery who... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Forcing Ashers bakery to make pro-gay marriage cake could amount to cruelty, appeal hearswith a pro-gay marriage slogan could amount to cruelty, Northern Ireland's top
Forcing Ashers bakery to make pro-gay marriage cake could amount to cruelty, appeal hears
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 11 days ago
with a pro-gay marriage slogan could amount to cruelty, Northern Ireland's top law officer argued today. Attorney General John Larkin QC's assessment came as judgment was reserved in a landmark legal battle over the McArthur family's refusal of a... Read more
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Christian Today
'Gay cake' case: Ashers should not have been found guilty, says Attorney Generalgay-themed cake The case was scheduled to be heard earlier this year but was p
'Gay cake' case: Ashers should not have been found guilty, says Attorney General
Christian Today / Posted 12 days ago
gay-themed cake The case was scheduled to be heard earlier this year but was postponed after a last minute intervention by John Larkin, Northern Ireland's Attorney General. Larkin was granted permission to take part after he raised concerns that... Read more
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Daily Herald
Helen Plum board to seek property tax increase to build new libraryKruser said. In a 6-0 vote Tuesday, the board favored replacing the Helen Plum
Helen Plum board to seek property tax increase to build new library
Daily Herald / Posted 12 days ago
Kruser said. In a 6-0 vote Tuesday, the board favored replacing the Helen Plum Library over three other options. Trustee John Larkin did not attend Tuesday's meeting. "I think that the replacement is a much better use of the money," board... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Law chief John Larkin backs bakery in same-sex cake dispute court appeal Christian bakers sued for refusing to make a cake with a pro-gay marriage slo
Law chief John Larkin backs bakery in same-sex cake dispute court appeal
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Christian bakers sued for refusing to make a cake with a pro-gay marriage slogan face being forced to express a political opinion in conflict with their faith, Northern... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court hearsby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court hears
Irish Examiner / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
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Bolton News
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
Bolton News / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ashers gay cake case: Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Ashers gay cake case: Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
Croydon Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
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Northern Echo
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldAttorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
Northern Echo / Posted 13 days ago
Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland discriminate against those like the McArthurs who hold religious or political beliefs. Mr Allen, for the... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
Kingston Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
Oxford Mail / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
Streatham Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
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Bury Times
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
Bury Times / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
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Gazette
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
Gazette / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
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guardian-series
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
guardian-series / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
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Harrow Times
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
Harrow Times / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
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Gazette News
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
Gazette News / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
67 related stories
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This is West Country
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
This is West Country / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
67 related stories
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Belfast Telegraph
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court toldby LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that th
Bakers were not being forced to do anything against their beliefs, court told
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
by LGBT activist Gareth Lee in 2014 based on their religious conviction that the slogan was sinful. Attorney general John Larkin QC has been granted permission to take part after arguing that sexual orientation regulations in Northern Ireland... Read more
67 related stories
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Belfast Telegraph
Ashers gay cake appeal told Christian owners 'would be forced to express political opinion in conflict with their faith'a political opinion in conflict with their faith, Northern Ireland's top law of
Ashers gay cake appeal told Christian owners 'would be forced to express political opinion in conflict with their faith'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
a political opinion in conflict with their faith, Northern Ireland's top law officer argued today. Attorney General John Larkin QC told senior judges the McArthur family should have constitutional protection for turning down a customer's... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ashers gay cake case will have freedom of expression implications for UK, say Belfast Christian bakershearing was scheduled for February. However, it was halted following a last-min
Ashers gay cake case will have freedom of expression implications for UK, say Belfast Christian bakers
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
hearing was scheduled for February. However, it was halted following a last-minute intervention by Attorney General John Larkin amid concern over a potential conflict between sections of the province's equality legislation and UK and... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Northern Ireland gay blood donation ban goes to Supreme Courtwere continued by Mr Poots' DUP ministerial successors and the British Health S
Northern Ireland gay blood donation ban goes to Supreme Court
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
were continued by Mr Poots' DUP ministerial successors and the British Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt. Attorney General John Larkin QC, representing the Department of Health, had argued that JR65 has no personal interest in the case because he... Read more
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Christian Today
Ashers in court today for 'gay cake' appeal hearingagainst Lee. The appeal was due to be heard in February but was dramatically p
Ashers in court today for 'gay cake' appeal hearing
Christian Today / Posted 14 days ago
against Lee. The appeal was due to be heard in February but was dramatically postponed after a late intervention from John Larkin QC, Attorney General in Northern Ireland, which raised a potential conflict between the region's equality... Read more
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