The evolution of legal prohibitions on religious services

The evolution of legal prohibitions on religious services Catholics stand outside Sts Anne and Mary Cathedral in Cork on April 4. Photo: Cillian Kelly.
Government’s actions suggest a preference for vaguely articulating a desired standard of behaviour and then tricking citizens into compliance, writes Prof. Oran Doyle Legal prohibitions on religious services have been much in the news lately. In this unavoidably lengthy post, I will show how these prohibitions have evolved over time in order to identify precisely…
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