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# Privacy
Cliff Richard launches campaign calling for anonymity for sexual offence suspects
Police raided Richard’s home in 2014 during an investigation into a sexual assault claim.
# provision for children
Law that allows parents' wills to be rewritten under review
The Law Reform Commission is asking for submissions on the issue.
# Parade
'All systems go': Willie Frazer says several hundred will attend Dublin loyalist march
The campaigner insisted the march was being arranged to demand action on a single issue, and that it could yet be called off.
Record number of animals removed from Ballinasloe Horse Fair despite 'considerable progress'
The festival this month saw 37 animals taken into the care of the ISPCA, 28 of which were dogs.
# Puck Fair
Raising of King Puck goat goes ahead amid animal welfare concerns
The festival organisers say the animal is well cared for and his welfare is a priority.
# Dáil Éireann
LIVE: Dáil debates the findings of the Magdalene Laundries report
TDs this evening debate the findings of the inter-departmental report, with expectations of a formal State apology.
# Magdalene
Call for "fair and transparent" Magdalene compensation package
The group proposes a figure of €100,000 lump sum compensation for Magdalene survivors, in addition to a package of services including pensions and lost wages.
# Loyalist protest
Loyalist activist says Dublin protest has been postponed
Pastor Barry Halliday of Families Acting for Innocent Relatives (Fair) told that the protest had been postponed, a claim the gardaí have not confirmed and another organiser has denied.