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Lib Dem Wallace accused of not trusting Scotland’s judges after delivering...

By G.A.Ponsonby  Scottish Lib Dem peer Lord Jim Wallace, has been accused of snubbing Scotland’s top judges after rejecting a call for Scots law...

UK Supreme Court refuses to overrule Scottish Parliament

By a Newsnet reporter  The UK Supreme Court has refused to uphold an appeal lodged by insurance companies against legislation brought in by the...

Lord Steel resigns from advisory role in protest at Supreme Court...

by G.A.Ponsonby  Veteran Lib Dem politician David Steel has quit as an advisor on Scottish ministerial standards following the row over the role of...

Justice Secretary Kenny MacAskill proved guilty – of defending Scots law

The row over the Supreme Court shows no sign of abating, with claim and counterclaim by the Government and its opponents.One thing which seems...

First Minister defends independence of Scots law

Scotland’s High Court of Justiciary must be the final court of appeal in Scots criminal law and not the UK Supreme Court, First Minister...

Agenda – Scottish News

SPORT IN SCOTLAND – DOES IT MATTER? The main debate at Parliament this morning is on a Government motion about moving “Faster and Further...

Agenda – Scottish News

SUPREME SURPRISE? Now where were we before we were rudely interrupted... The Cabinet will meet this afternoon with the row over the Supreme Court’s...

Supreme Court versus Scottish Appeals Court

Newsnetcotland.com this morning takes the unprecedented step for any news organisation in Scotland of challenging the highest court in Britain of its version of...

First Minister – Hands off Scottish Justice

First Minister Alex Salmond and Justice Secretary Kenny McAskill last night launched a major offensive against the British Supreme Court for interfering in Scottish...

Agenda – Scottish News

CABINET MEETS FOR FIRST TIME The new Government’s cabinet will hold its first business meeting of the new Parliamentary session later today.Tackling sectarianism is...