Donald, Where’s Your Schedule 3 Condition to Share Information Aboot Your Troosers? – Panopticon

Posted August 25th, 2016 in appeals, data protection, human rights, news, Scotland, Supreme Court by sally

‘The insularity of English lawyers can often mean that limited attention is paid to legal developments north of the border. Scotland, like the past, is a legally foreign country and they do things differently there. However, we here at Panopticon are never afraid to join a rousing chorus of ‘500 Miles’ by The Proclaimers (you should see some of the blog’s team at the Christmas Party – carnage). Readers with elephantine memories and little to do by way of fun may recall my post on the Inner House’s judgment concerning the ‘Named Person Service’. At the end of term, the case reached the Supreme Court in The Christian Institute v Lord Advocate [2016] UKSC 51. Apologies in advance for the length of the post which follows…’

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Panopticon, 25th August 2016