Monday, 27 April 2009

Interview with the Lord Lyon's outgoing Procurator Fiscal

An interview in today's Scotsman newspaper with outgoing procurator fiscal for the Court of the Lord Lyon, George Way, includes some interesting revelations, such as how Donald Trump was recently forced to obey the laws surrounding the use of Scottish heraldry. Way is stepping down next month following his appointment to the sheriffdom of Tayside, Central and Fife by the Queen last week.

For all those interested in applying for the job, you can gain a sense of what is involved by reading the interview, conducted by Victoria Raimes, at http://thescotsman.scotsman.com/features/Victoria-Raimes--meets-the.5207169.jp.

Chris

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