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EU letting down migrant children, Lords committee claims

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Dean voices Faculty concern over planned 24% court fees rise

"No change should adversely affect access to justice": Jackson

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Quarterly house data show ongoing volume rise but price dip

April-June 2016 sees average 2.3% price fall on 4.9% sales growth

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26 Jul 16

Huge fee hike on the cards for Scottish courts

Ministers planning early move to full cost recovery

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26 Jul 16

Attempt to commit statutory rape a competent charge, Appeal Court rules

Defence objection repelled on basis of general rule

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The Journal asked prominent Scots commentators Professor Aileen McHarg and Adam Tomkins for their thoughts on some of the key legal issues arising from the EU referendum outcome

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