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Cold case investigators today released a new facial reconstruction image in a bid to identify a man whose body was found in woods just outside Glasgow more than 11 years ago. Mystery surrounds the discovery of human remains in woodland near Balmore Golf Club, East Dunbartonshire, on 16 October 2011.

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Lawyer Shalinay Raghavan has been appointed as "non-executive whistleblowing champion member" of The State Hospitals Board for Scotland. Miss Raghavan has a keen interest in mental health, staff well-being and good organisational governance. She is currently head of employment law at the Scottish go

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A police force has denied embarrassing reports that a "woman screaming" in its own car park turned out to be one of its off-duty officers having sex with a colleague. Alarm bells were raised at the 79th precinct of the New York Police Department (NYPD) after a concerned citizen called 911 to report

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WhatsApp has said it will appeal a decision by Ireland's Data Protection Commission (DPC) to impose a €5.5 million fine for forcing users to consent to the processing of their personal data for service improvement and security. A spokesperson for the messaging platform, which is already challen

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All we have heard from the Scottish government is "froth and rage" over the UK government's veto of the Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill, a former Supreme Court justice has said. Writing in The Sunday Times, Lord Sumption says that "the suggestion that the UK government’s veto is an a

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Representative bodies for solicitors in Scotland have agreed to an £11 million package that increases fees for legal aid lawyers in Scotland and supports the country’s court recovery programme. The Scottish government offer, accepted by the Law Society of Scotland and the Scottish Solici

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After senior Scottish lawyer John Watt is convicted on historic child abuse charges, Disclosure speaks to his victims and explores how he hid his crimes for decades. The former prosecutor and defence lawyer was found guilty in July last year of sexually abusing children on various occasions between

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Children who were conceived through rape will be recognised as victims of crime in landmark new legislation in England and Wales. The UK government yesterday announced it will amend its upcoming Victims Bill to clarify that these children are entitled to support from criminal justice agencies such a

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