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Healthcare whistleblower should have teeth, Society states

Response calls for power to compel action

Holyrood committee calls for balance in market with LBTT surcharge

Report emphasises interests of tenants and builders as well as FTBs

SYLA announces "Women in Law" lineup

Five-strong panel for 7 March event

Angus growers cleared to sue ministers over aid withdrawal

"Incoherent and inconsistent" agency approach met state liability test

Farm tenancy amendments to Land Reform Bill agreed

Committee agrees further support for tenants

Second committee calls for big changes to Investigatory Powers Bill

Joint committee finds "important clarity lacking" in draft measure

Women prisoners moving to Polmont pending new look Cornton Vale

Work on new building likely to begin in 2018

Associate hire for Shoosmiths' Access Legal

Judy Williamson joins medical negligence team

Injured care worker wins slipping case in Supreme Court appeal

Lord Ordinary was entitled to accept skilled witness's evidence

Organ transplant bill falls at stage 1 in close vote

Minister promises to prioritise detailed work in next Parliament

Report calls for credit union payroll deduction schemes for all

Ministers urge employers to sign up to encourage responsible finances

Parliament committee critical of Investigatory Powers Bill

Government draft a "missed opportunity" to deliver proper framework