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Roger Cotton, a partner at Brodies, writes about the effect Brexit might have on the way the spending of public money is regulated. One way in which EU law seeks to preserve open trade between Member States is by regulating the way in which public money is spent.

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Royal Bank of Scotland is expected to announce more job cuts with around 450 posts going in its services and support divisions as it refocuses its UK operations, the Financial Times has reported. The cost-cutting measures will see some jobs relocated to India and follow on from the 600 job cuts anno

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Kerry Norval Kerry Norval is a senior solicitor at Burness Paull's Edinburgh office

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Edward Isaacs Edward Isaacs is a consultant in Morton Fraser's commercial real estate team, based in Glasgow.

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Jeremy Lawson Standard Life Investments, the global asset management arm of Edinburgh-based insurance giant Standard Life, assesses whether the global economy is on course for recession and analyses the current stage of the business cycle.

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