Paperwork obtained by The Ferret shows charity that denied supporting controversial ‘workfare’ scheme did in fact benefit from the programme.
Almost half of Scotland’s universities have increased the number of staff on zero hours contracts despite pledges to cut their use.
Glasgow University spent £39,225 installing 11 biometric kiosks at its Gilmorehill and Garscube campuses to keep tabs on university cleaners.
Not a single UK firm has been prosecuted for paying poverty wages since February 2013.
Amazon received almost £1m in Scottish Government grants in 2015 while its agency staff are being bussed from Glasgow to Fife to work 60 hour weeks.
Concerns raised about more than £27,000 donated to the Scottish National Party by a drilling company that could benefit if the moratorium on fracking were to end.
Journalist Atli Thór Fanndal lost work after he exposed government corruption in Iceland. Now Napier University has kicked him off his journalism course.
Twenty years on, Peter Geoghegan, revists Srebrenica.
Of Scotland’s 32 council areas just four – Shetland, the Highlands, the Western Isles, and Argyll and Bute – now allow political posters on council property.