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Tag: appeal

Trust to probe BBC Scotland over Creighton EU ‘News Blackout’ claims

  By a Newsnet reporter  BBC Scotland chiefs are to be investigated by the corporation's Trust following complaints that the broadcaster imposed a news...

Rangers win EBT tax case appeal

  By Martin Kelly  A tribunal has ruled that the use of a controversial payment system by the old Rangers FC to pay employees,...

Rangers escape transfer sanction but worse may await

By Bob Duncan A judge has ruled that the Scottish Football Association (SFA) acted beyond its powers in imposing a year-long transfer ban...

Rangers win transfer ban appeal

Rangers football club has won its appeal against a one year ban on transfers imposed by the SFA. After a three hour long hearing...

Salmond calls for publication of Lockerbie appeal documents

By G.A.Ponsonby First Minister Alex Salmond has called for the publication of the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission (SCCRC) report questioning the conviction of...

Megrahi agreed to drop appeal months before he met me reveals...

By G.A.Ponsonby  Scottish Justice Minister Kenny MacAskill has revealed that Abdelbaset al-Megrahi had given a written undertaking to drop his appeal against conviction for...

Sheridan vows to pursue those he claims ‘told lies and damned...

By a Newsnet reporter  Tommy Sheridan has promised to pursue those he claims lied at his trial and that he will be returning the...

Celtic win Europa League appeal

Glasgow Celtic have won their challenge against Swiss side FC Sion and have been re-instated into the Europa League. The appeal by the Glasgow...

Sheridan appeal set to be turned down

Media reports are suggesting that Tommy Sheridan's appeal is set to be turned down by judges at the Court of Criminal Appeal. ...

Lockerbie ‘trial-verdict inquiry’ plea at Holyrood

GENERAL...Campaigners calling for an inquiry into the conviction of Abdelbasset Al Megrahi are taking their case to the Scottish Parliament. Around 1,500 people have...