Court rules Sinn Fein member challenging DUP Minister Edwin Poots’ order to halt Irish Sea border checks to remain anonymous

A Sinn Fein member challenging DUP Minister Edwin Poots’ decision to order a halt on Irish Sea border checks is to remain anonymous amid a real risk he would be exposed to violence, the High Court has ruled.

ejecting an attempt to have the reporting restriction lifted, a judge pointed to a highly charged background of protests against the Northern Ireland Protocol.

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