The Scottish Government mistakenly reveals that Nicola Sturgeon refused to meet an Aboriginal nuclear waste protestor to try and avoid political damage – not because she was too busy.
A no deal Brexit would put school testing data at risk and could lead to "unacceptable" shortages of teachers, according to documents released by the Scottish Government.
Scottish ministers have the power to halt plans to dump nuclear waste on Aboriginal land in Australia which could breach human rights, according to government advisors.
Scottish Government officials contacted organisations after they had submitted written evidence but before they gave oral evidence on the Named Person Bill to a Holyrood committee.
Documents obtained by The Ferret about the Scottish Government's standardised testing policy reveal a range of potential risks including data losses, invalid results and a potential boycott by teachers.
Forty per cent of Scotland’s primary schools have no libraries and 99 per cent have no librarians.
Members of a Government advisory group have enjoyed five-star luxury at an exclusive Edinburgh hotel.