An engineering multinational in Aberdeen whose revenue last year was £5.48bn is among a number of major businesses paying invoices late, according to a report.
Concerns have been raised over a decision by NHS Fife to suspend investigating patients' complaints due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic and staff shortages.
Investments in fossil fuels by council pension funds could become less valuable as the energy market transforms, warns a new report.
UK's increasingly privatised immigration and border industry prompts critics to voice concerns that “corporate actors” are profiting at the expense of human rights.
A Children’s sports coach who heads a far right group in Scotland has been condemned after describing his organisation as "racial nationalist".
£220 million in just one year, which prompted claims the fund is hiding controversial investments.
A far right group linked to neo-Nazis has allegedly compiled a list of around 60 organisations and individuals in Scotland who oppose racism and fascism.
A UK Government plan to give an armed police force called the Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC) greater powers has raised “profound concerns” and been described as “deeply worrying”.
A consultation asking whether convicted miners should be exhonerated for offences during the 1984/85 strike has revealed overwhelming support for the Scottish Government to pardon them.