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SOCIAL media sites should establish the identity of people opening accounts to prevent so-called “revenge porn”, a House of Lords committee has said as it called for clarity on when prosecutions could...
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2014/07/29 12:47
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A NINETY-YEAR-OLD woman is being treated in hospital after she was allegedly raped in her own home by a teenager. The pensioner - who cannot be named for legal reasons - is being cared for by...
2014/07/26 03:09
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She was highly critical, however, of the massive delay in holding the FAI. All aspects of the inquiry are adversely affected by such a delay, she noted; it is intolerable for the deceased person's...
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Sheriff Linda Ruxton, who presided over a Fatal Accident Inquiry (FAI) into Kathryn's death, said that there had been confusion among the medical team over who should instruct treatment when she...
2014/07/24 05:28
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Supporting The Salvation Army during the Winter MonthsThursday, 24 July 2014, 4:22 pmPress Release: Crown RelocationsCrown Relocations Staff Initiative - Supporting The Salvation Army during the...
2014/07/23 11:54
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Published at 11:31, Wednesday, 23 July 2014 The Carlisle-based parent company of Border Fine Arts has been fined £10,500 after an explosion at its Langholm factory two years ago. Enesco, which also...
2014/07/23 06:12
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New figures show hundreds of people with disabilities were the victims of abuse last year with 154 charges made in Scotland. However, charity leaders say disability-related crime is significantly...
2014/07/22 14:08
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A MAN was is in a coma in hospital after plunging down an embankment as he fled a disturbance at a high rise. Last night the family of Jordan Jones, 25, were keeping a vigil by his bedside as an...
2014/07/22 03:09
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In 2012, he was subjected to death threats after sitting on a Scottish Football Association disciplinary panel which punished Rangers for bringing the game into disrepute. His clients have included...
2014/07/20 02:09
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The spotlight was thrown on Orr after he interviewed a corrupt cop as part of a probe and found himself at the centre of allegations inducements had been made for the officer's co-operation. No...
2014/07/19 09:51
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Led by Police Scotland, it also includes the Armed Forces, prison officers, transport police and a number of private security firms. Organisers want Glasgow 2014 to be known as the "friendly Games"...
2014/07/18 23:45
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A RISING number of criminals are escaping court and instead being dealt with by social workers, official statistics have shown. The number of cases taken out of the court system has jumped by 75 per...
2014/07/18 02:28
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MAXIM ZMEYEV/REUTERSArmed pro-Russian separatists stand at the site of a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 plane crash near the settlement of Grabovo in the Donetsk region in Ukraine on Thursday. So...
2014/07/16 18:08
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A WOMAN arrested following the death of a young man has been freed from custody pending further inquiries. Jordan MacKay, 20, died at Edinburgh Royal Infirmary on Sunday after an alleged attack in...
2014/07/16 14:08
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A SUSPECT in the murder of Kevin “Gerbil” Carroll is being held by police in Spain four years after the killing. William Paterson, 34, was last night in custody in Madrid and will be extradited...
2014/07/15 02:08
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FOOTBALL legend Doug Rougvie has been charged with assaulting a dog walker. It is claimed the former Dons star whacked Liam Baxter over the head with a plastic ball-thrower. Liam, 24, said: “He...
2014/07/13 10:17
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Cash stolen from a high security police office was nicked for a second time…then splashed on drugs and hookers. We can reveal that the same cash was stolen by rogue workers in TWO separate Scottish...
2014/07/11 03:09
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Home Secretary Theresa May warned MPs innocent lives would be lost if Westminster did not respond swiftly to a European Court of Justice ruling which raised the prospect that communications firms...
2014/07/10 23:45
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HUNDREDS of thousands of public sector employees have taken part in a strike across the UK over a controversial pay freeze. Teachers, firefighters and council workers were among those involved in...
2014/07/10 23:45
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SCOTTISH justice secretary Kennny MacAskill has hit out at UK Government plans to introduce emergency legislation which would give the security agencies powers to snoop on private emails and other...
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