Public Law

We had a technical glitch on the blog the last couple of weeks that meant subscribers weren’t receiving email updates when we added a new post (it was probably nothing to do with firewalls, but I like a headline pun so I’m going with it). That glitch is now fixed so, for the benefit of those loyal readers who may have missed them, I thought I’d link to our most recent posts.

Here is a post on HM Treasury’s announcement that it will continue to honour all UK-issued debt, regardless of the referendum outcome.

Here is a post on the university tuition fees story, focusing particularly on whether the Scottish Government will be able to withhold legal advice relating to the White Paper.

Here is a post on independence and public sector pensions, the first in a series we’ll be putting up about pensions.


Charles Livingstone

Partner at Brodies LLP
Charles works with a broad range of commercial, public sector, charitable and individual clients, advising them on public law issues including judicial review, human rights, information law and the powers and duties of local and other public authorities. He is named by Chambers & Partners in both Competition Law and Administrative & Public Law.
Charles Livingstone

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