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# UK Supreme Court

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# UK Supreme Court
Unionists welcome move to refer Northern Ireland Protocol legal challenge to UK Supreme Court
Chief Justice Dame Siobhan Keegan has granted leave to appeal a ruling that the post-Brexit trading arrangement is lawful.
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# Prorogation
'Lying to the queen?': Brexit drama turns to Supreme Court over Johnson suspending parliament
A Scottish court ruled last week that proroguing parliament was unlawful, and it’s been appealed to the UK Supreme Court.
# Explainer
A Scottish court declared prorogation unlawful - so what happens next?
All eyes are now on an appeal to the UK Supreme Court.
# Belfast
UK Supreme Court backs bakers who refused to make 'support gay marriage' cake
Bakery owners Daniel and Amy McArthur refused to bake the cake with a pro-same-sex marriage slogan on it.
# UK
Italy grants citizenship to terminally ill toddler Alfie Evans
The 23-month-old child has been in a coma for over a year and needs a ventilator to keep him breathing.
# court decision
Scotland to be the first country to introduce minimum alcohol pricing
The ruling could have an impact on Ireland’s drinks regulations proposed in the Alcohol Bill.
# Same-sex adoption
Same-sex adoption in NI has moved closer today after a Supreme Court ruling
The UK Supreme Court rejected an application that was being sought by Northern Ireland’s Health Minister Edwin Poots.
# Wikileaks
Assange loses UK Supreme Court appeal against extradition
But it’s not over yet – the Supreme Court puts a two-week stay on the ruling to allow another defence argument.
# Wikileaks
Assange granted leave to appeal Swedish extradition
The UK Supreme Court gives the WikiLeaks founder the right to appeal his extradition to Sweden for rape charges.
# Courts
Northern Irish men set to receive compensation for wrongful IRA convictions
The UK’s Supreme Court says two men wrongfully convicted of murder and IRA membership should be entitled to compensation.