What made Lord Keen resign?
And why is the government still short of a law officer?
Lord Keen of Elie QC (pictured) has declined all interview requests since leaving the government on 16 September. But his resignation as advocate general for Scotland lifts a corner of the veil that normally covers the work of the government’s law officers — essentially, legally qualified politicians who give their colleagues legal advice. This account …
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