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Pictured (L-R): Harbani Kohli, Sara Akram (of Strathclyde University), Sheriff Principal Anwar, Hannah Nibloe and Niamh Crossan (of Glasgow Caledonian University)) A team from Strathclyde University won the Royal Faculty of Procurators in Glasgow's annual mooting competition, presided over by Sherif

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Sub-postmasters wrongly convicted as a result of the faulty Horizon IT system will automatically be exonerated under proposed legislation introduced at Holyrood. Those whose convictions are quashed under the Post Office (Horizon System) Offences (Scotland) Bill will then be able to access the UK gov

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The UK government's controversial Rwanda scheme is in question after a court ruled that legislation providing for the deportation of asylum seekers cannot be enforced in Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland's High Court yesterday ruled that certain provisions of the Illegal Migration Act 2023 constitu

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Pictured (L-R): Paul O'Kane, Evelyn Tweed, Lord Carloway, Marie McNair and Annie Wells The Lord President, Lord Carloway, has stressed the importance of the separation of powers to a visiting committee of MSPs from Holyrood.

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A company which hid an offer of free wine in its online privacy policy has said it has finally been claimed three months later. Tax Policy Associates (TPA) added the following words to its privacy policy in February: "We will send a bottle of good wine to the first person to read this."

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The SYLA 2024 AGM will take place on 30 May. At the AGM, the 2023/2024 president, Patricia Taylor, will present a brief overview of activities undertaken in the previous term, the 2023/2024 treasurer, Heather Gibson, will present the annual accounts, and the SYLA will elect a new Committee for 2024/

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US and Israeli threats against the International Criminal Courts (ICC), its officials and members of their families have been condemned in a joint statement signed by dozens of UN experts. The intervention comes a week after the office of ICC prosecutor Karim Khan demanded an end to "all attempts to

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Child rapists in England and Wales will automatically lose parental responsibility over their own children under legislative amendments proposed by the UK government. The change comes alongside separate legislation which will apply an automatic suspension of parental responsibility in cases where a

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