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Donald Trump, presumptive Republican nominee in the US presidential election, was left embarrassed after it emerged his lawyer has donated thousands of dollars to opponent Hillary Clinton's campaign. Trump is currently embroiled in legal action over the now-defunct Trump University, in which he's re

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George Wyllie and the Glasgow arts revival George Wyllie is remembered as a bunnet-wearing, boiler-suited artist in late middle age who burst onto the contemporary art scene in the late 1980s with two major performance-based installation works, The Straw Locomotive (1987) and The Paper Boat (1989).

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Michael Matheson The number of offenders in Scotland being tagged rather than jailed is increasing as the Scottish government signals “bold” moves to “redefine custody”.

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Lord Sumption In an address conference on family law held in London, Supreme Court Justice Lord Sumption reflects on the problems caused by over specialisation in the legal profession, and the importance of cross-fertilisation between different areas of practice.

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A man in New Mexico set his flat on fire because his neighbours were having sex too loudly. According to the complaint, Reuben Cook, 36, told officers he would rather go to prison and “get away from the noise”.

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