Ahead of the next Old Firm clash there are renewed calls for football clubs to pay for the true cost of policing their matches.
Concerns raised over the Scottish Government’s air gun licence scheme after a Ferret investigation found less than a fifth of applications have been processed so far.
Despite pledging to invest ethically, Scottish universities still have shares worth millions in arms, fossil fuels and tobacco companies.
Genetic testing kits sold online and in pharmacies are failing to protect consumers’ privacy raising concerns about human rights, academics have warned.
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.