Monthly Archives: April 2002

(335)  SUPREME COURT: SPECIAL COMMITTEE DEAL

The Government has agreed to the House of Lords establishing a special committee under the chairmanship of Lord Richard to consider the Constitutional Reform Bill (under which a Supreme Court would be introduced to replace the Appellate Committee of the … Continue reading

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(334)  LIKE A BIRD ON THE WING: THE GLENELG-KYLERHEA FERRY FOR SALE

Scots Law News has long taken an interest in communications between the mainland and the Isle of Skye, and therefore draws attention to the story in The Times for 18 March 2004 announcing that the Glenelg-Kyle Rhea ferry may close … Continue reading

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(333)  SUPREME COURT: GATHERING EVIDENCE

  The Justice 2 Committee of the Scottish Parliament took evidence about the implications of the Supreme Court proposals for Scotland from the Law Society of Scotland, the Faculty of Advocates and the editor of Scots Law News on 16 … Continue reading

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(332)  TERRORISM AND THE SHRIEVAL BENCH INVERNESS-STORNOWAY

  Part-time sheriff Raj Jandoo, best known as the author of one of the reports on the Crown Office following the Chhokhar affair in 2001 (see No 135), made an appearance from custody in the dock of Stornoway sheriff court … Continue reading

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