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This post is inspired by a post on Iain Dale’s diary asking if bankruptcy is too easy? I don’t often post about law on the LJ.  However, the following has been concerning me. One of my research interests is the … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on Scottish politics – fiscal autonomy

WIth the Scottish elections next year some parties are positioning themselves for the post-election coalition negotiations.  AT the moment the press have concentrated on teh SNP demand for a year 1 referendum on independence (something which Lib Dem leader Nicol … Continue reading

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