- Alfie Baron
This follows a ruling that parts of the SNP's plan to assign every child a state guardian were ruled unlawful.
Simon Calvert, the campaign's chairman, accused SNP ministers of wasting hundreds of thousands of pounds defending the flawed plan and argued the court's decision to award cost to NO2NP was "a total vindication of the legal action."
The Supreme Court acknowledged that parts of the act breached parents' human rights by allowing information to be shared between public bodies without parental consent.
A lighter version of the scheme is still expected to be launched in August 2017.
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