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Chartered psychologists Dr Richard Cosway (pictured right) and Dr Hugh Koch (pictured below) discuss key factors to be borne in mind when assessing psychological trauma. Guidance given for the instruction of experts to give evidence in civil claims clearly endorse the overriding duty of experts to h

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A change to the Community (Scotland) Empowerment Bill agreed by the local government and regeneration committee last week encourages public bodies to promote and facilitate participation with people and communities in decision making and budget setting. The move follows huge participation in last ye

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At an international conference in the Philippines on human rights and the internet this week a coalition of digital rights organisations launched the “Manila Principles on Intermediary Liability” – a set of guidelines on protecting online freedom of expression around the world. The principles,

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The inquiry into contamination of NHS blood supplies resulting in thousands being infected with Hepatitis C and HIV between 1970 and 1991 has recommended that anyone who received a blood transfusion before 1991 should be tested for Hepatitis C. Scotland is the only part of the UK to hold an inquiry

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Five years on from the last general election, a major assessment by the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies of criminal justice reforms has found that policy across the United Kingdom’s nations and regions is more divergent than ever. The report – The coalition years: Criminal justice in the Un

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