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  • Mar 28, 2012
  • 07:49 PM

Hogan moves to plug Irish language gaps in Household Charge law
ENVIRONMENT MINISTER Phil Hogan has moved to defend the State against a legal challenge to the household charge laws by producing Irish-language equivalents of the legislation. The High Court granted leave two weeks ago for a challenge to the legislation on the basis it had not been published in Irish, the official language of the country.

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