Church of Scotland minister jailed for breaching court order

10 October 2015 8.16am.

A Church of Scotland minister has been jailed over a “flagrant, premeditated and sustained” breach of a court order.

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Two women held in probe into PC killed by stolen car

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Greggs warns national living wage could mean dearer pasties and rolls

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