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THE REPORT OF THE COMMISSION OF INVESTIGATION – MOTHER AND BABY HOMES – WHY THIS REPORT MUST BE QUASHED – PRE-ACTION CORRESPONDENCE TO BE SENT TO IRISH CHILDREN’S MINISTER

KRW LAW LLP (KRW) is to send pre-action correspondence to the  Minister for Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth Roderic O’Gorman TD in a legal move to have the Report of the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes set aside and quashed.     KRW represents a number of victims and survivors of the Irish […]

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Statement by Paul Larkin

Sunday Independent editor Alan English has condemned as ‘contemptible’ the online abuse directed at Aoife Moore by Eoghan Harris’s Twitter abuse forum.   However he has made no reference to the atrocious ‘Provo sectarian poison’; abuse directed at me from Barbara J Pym and my Irish Times article, which was followed up by a gratuitous […]

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Statement from Professor Colin Harvey

Following recent revelations about the use of anonymous social media accounts, and given questions that have been raised today with me, it might be helpful if I provided the following brief public statement.   First, I extend my solidarity and support to all affected by the actions of those behind the ‘Barbara J. Pym’ twitter […]

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Statement on behalf of our client Paul Larkin

On 15 April we corresponded with the Data Controller of Twitter on behalf of our client Paul Larkin, an award winning Journalist and Author.   On 25 March our client’s article “Defining the sub polity that is Northern Ireland” was published by the Irish Times.   https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/books/defining-the-sub-polity-that-is-northern-ireland-1.4517000   On 29 March, the profile BarbaraJ.Pym@barbarapym2 posted […]

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PUB BOMBING RELATIVE AND SUPPORTERS TO PLEAD NOT GUILTY TODAY FOLLOWING WMP DECISION TO PROSECUTE CONCERNING EVENTS AT THE 21 NOVEMBER 2020 ANNIVERSARY CONVOY OF REMEMBRANCE

KRW LAW LLP (KRW) is instructed by ten of the families of those killed in The Birmingham Pub Bombings 1974. The 21 November 2020 saw another anniversary of the pub bombings and out of respect and in solidarity for those that have been tragically bereaved by Covid-19, the usual service and acts of remembering were […]

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