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A parole application by a life prisoner who has continually maintained his innocence of the murder he was convicted of has had a petition for judicial review of the Parole Board for Scotland’s decision not to grant him parole refused by the Outer House of the Court of Session. It was argued by

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The Supreme Court has ruled that the UK government’s plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda to have their claims decided there is unlawful, dismissing an appeal made against a previous decision to that effect. It had previously been held by the Court of Appeal of England and Wales that the poli

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