Another interesting article from the Law School on the High Court's Judgement in 'the Brexit case'. This one by Dr. Robert Brett Taylor, is an expanded version of a piece that appeared in last Friday's Press and Journal (04/11/16).
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The Brexit Case: The Reasoning, Implications and Potential Consequences of the High Court’s Judgment
ELSA Aberdeen hosting a panel discussion on the "Democratic Issues Arising in the Aftermath of the BREXIT Referendum"
The European Law Students’ Association’s Aberdeen branch will be hosting this free event on the 28th October from 6pm at New Kings 6.
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Gold was amongst the earliest metals worked in Britain and Europe, its appeal has endured for millennia. Gold is a rare metal and it has long been thought to have magical properties associated with the worship of the sun because of its shining surfaces, sun-like colour and slowness to tarnish. 262 more words