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John Swinney The Scottish government has published draft legislation which would give a statutory footing to the Scottish Fiscal Commission and marks an “important milestone” on the journey to further fiscal devolution.

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Fraser Leslie Scottish law firm Gillespie Macandrew has appointed a new partner and associate to strengthen its expertise within the energy, strategic land and housebuilder sectors.

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Charles Counsell Around 90,000 employers across Scotland should already be preparing to take up new pension duties before new laws take effect in January, according toThe Pensions Regulator.

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Police Scotland is investigating two of its officers over allegations that they committed perjury in a case where two football fans were found guilty of offences under the Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Act 2012. It is the second inquiry by the force's prof

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Kenny MacAskill Former justice secretary Kenny MacAskill has been branded a hypocrite after suggesting a statue of early 20th Century republican and socialist leader James Connolly could be erected in Edinburgh.

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Final Call for The Tumbling Lassie Ball Sheraton Hotel, Edinburgh, Saturday 10th October 2015. Champagne reception – three course dinner – raffle/auction (auctioneer - Gordon Jackson, QC) – dancing – carriages 1am

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Members of Scottish Ensemble, the UK’s only professional string orchestra, will begin their 2015/16 Shetland season with a programme of duos for violin and viola, performed by husband-and-wife team Jonathon Morton and Clio Gould, at Mareel, Lerwick on 29 September. Mr Morton is the current artist

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An “overstayer” who claimed that his removal from the UK to India would breach his human rights because he was engaged to a British woman has had a petition for judicial review dismissed. A judge in the Court of Session refused a challenge to a ruling that even if the petitioner was in such a re

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