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Alistair Carmichael A probe into Liberal Democrat MP Alistair Carmichael over Frenchgate has been dropped after the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards said it was outwith her remit.

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Footballer Ched Evans, who was jailed for rape in 2012 has had his conviction quashed at the Court of Appeal – but will face a fresh trial. Mr Evans, 27, was imprisoned for the rape of a woman, 19, at a hotel near Rhyl, Denbighshire and was released in October 2014 after serving half of a five yea

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The Faculty of Advocates was a proud host of the annual reception of the Scottish Centre for Conflict Resolution (SCCR). Established in 2014, the SCCR recognises that conflict in relationships can have a significant impact on the lives of those involved, and it promotes best practice in mediation, c

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Craig Findlater The Bar National Mock Trial Competition is celebrating its silver jubilee, and for one member of the Faculty of Advocates, it has produced a golden moment.

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Andrew Percy A warranty scheme run by ScottishPower has been called a “fraud on the public” after it failed to pay out £75 million to customers.

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Public access barristers are expecting the volume of work obtained directly from clients to increase over the next few years as a result of the public access scheme which allows consumers to use barristers directly, without needing to instruct a solicitor or other intermediary. These findings are ta

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An advocate general of the EU’s highest court has expressed disappointment that a Brexit vote could see legal cooperation between the UK and EU come to an end. Eleanor Sharpston QC told The Guardian that a vote to leave the EU would deprive the European Court of Justice (ECJ) of some of its best t

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