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The Scottish Government has published plans to make people in Scotland "safer, secure and cyber aware". A Cyber Resilience Strategy for Scotland: Safe, Secure and Prosperous Online sets out the government's approach to online security and seeks to gather views on "what we can all do to become more i

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Pupils from Madras College in St Andrews, Fife have been hailed as the best young debaters in Scotland. The Madras pupils were praised for their "outstanding performance" as they won the final of the Law Society of Scotland's Donald Dewar Memorial Debating Tournament within the Scottish Parliament's

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Justice secretary Michael Matheson MSP A conference focussed on local scrutiny of police forces is to take place in Scotland this summer, Justice Secretary Michael Matheson has announced.

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An adoption order granted by a court in Ethiopia is thought to be the first foreign adoption order to been recognised and registered at common law in Scotland. A married man who was granted adoption of the child of his wife’s previous marriage before the couple relocated to Scotland has had the ad

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MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s European and External Relations Committee will today consider the implications for Scotland of the proposed “in-out” referendum and renegotiation of the UK’s membership of the European Union (EU). The committee will hear from a panel of EU experts as MSPs se

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The High Court in London is to hear a challenge by two MPs to the UK government's surveillance law. The Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Act 2014 (DRIPA) was fast-tracked through the Commons in only three days last July after the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled the existing powers were

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