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'Call for action as 1 in 4 GP practices has a vacancy'. So said The Herald a few weeks ago. And it is interesting to note the deified medical profession is now suffering from a similar set of factors as we in the legal profession have experienced. Let me explain.

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A name containing several tokens of nobility and freely chosen by a German in another member state of which he also holds the nationality does not necessarily have to be recognised in Germany, the European Court of Justice has ruled. Mr Nabiel Peter Bogendorff von Wolffersdorff, who was born in Germ

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Roddy MacLeod Terra Firma Chambers is delighted to announce that Roddy MacLeod has joined the stable having called to the bar today.

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Professor Pieter Bekker The Scottish Arbitration Centre welcomed a group of visiting students from the University of Dundee’s centre for Energy, Petroleum, Mineral Law and Policy recently.

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tHe Haymarket Edinburgh, the Capital’s prestigious £200m joint venture commercial development by Tiger Developments & Interserve, has marked a major milestone in construction by ‘breaking ground’ as it progresses onto the next major development phase.

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Ahead of a showdown in the Commons next week, the Home Secretary, Theresa May (pictured right) has made concessions over the so-called "Snoopers’ Charter" including a restriction on the use of mass surveillance. Ms May has made the changes to assuage the concerns of the Intelligence and Security C

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The Council of Mortgage Lenders’ (CML) latest research of the interest-only mortgage market has revealed that the number of outstanding mortgages extended under such terms has fallen by almost a third over the past four years. The number of outstanding interest-only loans dropped from around 3.2 m

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