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Today the Northern Ireland Office has launched a public consultation on whether to renew the legislative provisions underpinning the use of non-jury trials in Northern Ireland, until July 2025.
The Northern Ireland Office has published an EQIA on the UK Government’s proposals for legislation to address the legacy of the Troubles.
The consultation closed on 15 February 2021. This Consultation Response contains an analysis of the responses received and the subsequent decision that the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland has made the renewal of the …
A consultation on same-sex religious marriage and conversion entitlements in Northern Ireland
The Government is seeking views from all interested parties, individuals and groups from across the United Kingdom on the matters covered by this consultation.
A legal framework for abortion services in Northern Ireland after 31 March 2020.
A legal framework for a Troubles-related incident Victims Payment Scheme
A consultation that gives everyone a chance to have their say on the best way to address the legacy of Northern Ireland's troubled past.
The Secretary of State launches this consultation to seek the views of the public on whether to extend non-jury trial provisions in Northern Ireland for a further two years.
The NIO is seeking your views on a proposal to extend the non–jury trial provisions under the 2007 Act for a further two years.
Modern, efficient electoral services while preserving confidence in the safety and security of the electoral process
This consultation concerns the recent update to our Disability Action Plan to articulate our vision, priorities and plans for the period 2016- 2019.
The NIO is seeking views on paragraph 8.78 of the Code of Practice, which relates to the exercise of stop and search powers and record keeping.
First published during the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
The NIO and Home Office are seeking views on the UK implementation of an EU regualtion on the marketing and use of explosives precursors
A consultation on proposals to update the appearance of forms used at elections in Northern Ireland and make them more accessible to voters.
A consultation on draft legislation which would introduce anonymous electoral registration in Northern Ireland.
The NIO seeks views on draft legislation which would increase the transparency of donations and loans to political parties in Northern Ireland.
Consultation on the Code of Practice for the exercise of powers by the Police Service of Northern Ireland.
The NIO seeks views on measures to improve the Northern Ireland Assembly operations. The consultation period is due to end on the 23 October 2012.
Terrorism Act stop and search powers are changing under the Protection of Freedoms Bill, with views invited on the draft Code of Practice.
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