A FRESH set of guidelines for what broadcasters can and can’t do during a referendum campaign was needed to provide “greater certainty” over what’s allowed in the run-up to the vote to repeal the Eighth Amendment. Internal records from the Broadcasting Authority said that with four separate votes to come over the next two years,… Read More »
The Road Safety Authority (RSA) was forced to abandon plan to tie the public services card to driving licences applications amid concerns from the Attorney General about its legality. These are the sometimes very frosty to and fro correspondence between the RSA and the Department of Transport about the aborted plan.
THE head of the Department of Justice said a decision to withhold archives from the Kerry Babies case could be “misrepresented” but that the department had to do the “right thing” to protect the woman at the centre of the case. The Department is keeping the records secret even though they should have gone to… Read More »