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Sixty-four per cent of drivers witnessed fellow motorists illegally use their phones while driving according to a new survey commissioned by the RAC. About six per cent of 2,120 people surveyed said they saw between five and seven drivers using their phones. Twenty-six per cent reported seeing no su

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The Magic Circle’s 40 new promotions have revealed the most common universities partners attended, with two Scots institutions among them. The Lawyer reports that Oxford produced 12 partners this year, more than any other institution. It was followed by Cambridge with seven and Edinburgh, with fou

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A group of judges and lawyers from Sweden enjoyed a warm welcome on a memorable visit to the Faculty of Advocates and Parliament House, Edinburgh. The group was given a brief introduction to Scots law and the Scottish legal system by Lord Carloway, the Lord President, and the Dean of Faculty, James

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Previously confidential documents published this week reveal the extent of UK government surveillance kept secret from the public and Parliament for the last 15 years. Revealed in a case brought by Privacy International about the use of so-called “Bulk Personal Datasets” (BPDs), the extracts sho

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