JUSTICE Secretary Kenny MacAskill said UK Supreme Court judges should not interfere in Scots Law, when their knowledge of it was "limited to a visit to the Edinburgh Festival".
JUSTICE Secretary Kenny MacAskill said UK Supreme Court judges should not interfere in Scots Law, when their knowledge of it was \"limited to a visit to the Edinburgh Festival\".
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brian currie political editor
His inflammatory attack was made in advance of a meeting of the Scottish Government’s Cabinet today to discuss options that a spokesman said were for remedying a situation where Scottish criminal cases face being sent to the UK Supreme Court on human rights grounds.
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