Minister under fire for silence on Qatar worker deaths
Scottish minister didn't mention human rights abuses while seeking up to £1.3 billion to pay for new hospitals and motorways from the oil-rich state of Qatar.
Calais: requiem for a dream
Photographer Iman Tajik joined his friend Frederik Subei, a filmmaker living in the camps of Calais for three months to document everyday life.
Thousands of workers given ‘cack-handed’ terrorism training
More than 4000 workers in prisons, councils, the NHS, Fire and Rescue services and the military have taken part in counter-terrorism courses.
Exclusive: secret police report reveals CCTV in crisis
The CCTV network that scans Scotland's streets, shops and parks is fragmented, obsolete and may violate the law, according to a secret police report.
Body cameras may break law, say police
An internal police report that officials meant to keep secret says that body-worn cameras are “questionable” under data protection law meant to ensure personal privacy.