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Religious Rights

Constitutional Law

Case NameDescription
McGee Freedom of conscience does not extend to any conscientious decision
Quinn's Supermarket Positive discrimination in favour of kosher butchers invalid as it went further than necessary Could not rely on 'equality as human persons'
Murphy v IRTC Legislation preventing ads directed towards any religious end was not unconstitutional Right to communicate opinions and the facts on which these are based
McNally v Ireland Legislation merely a consumer protection measure providing method of authenticating Mass cards rather than conferring any preferential position
Corway v Independent Newspapers Common law offence of blasphemy did not carry over from 1937 as it failed to protect all religions
Campaign to Separate Church and State Religious denomination not obliged to alter ethos of school to accommodate student of another religion, although they may opt out of formal religious instruction
Created by: maevb