An anti-abortion group has lost its legal challenge against the Scottish Government’s decision to allow women to take abortion pills at home.
Court of Session
An asylum seeker is to appeal after a judge ruled against her in a lock-change row.
A judge has dismissed a legal challenge brought by asylum seekers at the centre of an eviction row in Glasgow.
The Scottish Government’s decision to allow women to take abortion pills at home is fundamentally flawed because it is not consistent with legislation, a lawyer representing an anti-abortion group has told a court.
An anti-abortion group that lost its legal challenge against a Scottish Government move to allow women to take abortion pills at home is to return to court.
The Scottish Government acted unlawfully regarding sexual harassment complaints against former first minister Alex Salmond, Scotland’s highest civil court has ruled.
An Aberdeen businessman who sued one of Scotland’s largest law firms for £160 million has settled his claim for a “significant” sum.
A RAPIST who claimed that Aberdeen City Council breached his right to rehabilitation had his case against the authority thrown out.
AN APPEAL to build an extra 170 homes at a North-east site has been thrown out after a hearing at the Court of Session.