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By Mike C (AFC Telford) (Mike C)11/9 11:03Wed Sep 11 11:03:55 2019In response to Re: Politics thread #354589

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Completely different legal system. It doesn't surprise me that it's been found unlawful. Most Acts of Parliament have to have parallel acts passed alongside them eg Public Health (Scotland) Act 2008. Largely because any enforcement action etc is different. Take Coroners for example. Scotland doesn't have them, or coroners inquests, they have Procurator Fiscals who operate differently.

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