A charity set up to support families affected by the ‘baby ashes scandal’ is being investigated for a second time by charity regulators.
The Care Inspectorate has upheld more than 100 complaints against private sector care home provider, HC-One, in the last three years, the Ferret can reveal.
Ferret Fact Service looks at Alex Salmond’s claim that the SNP-led government ended hospital parking charges in 2008.
The National Health Service in Scotland is to review its procedures following revelations that it spends millions of pounds on drugs from Indian companies accused of superbug pollution.
Food watchdog accused of a “cover-up” after it attempted to discredit revelations about the alleged mislabelling of Scottish beef.
People seeking asylum are being bullied, evicted and suffering in poor quality accommodation, say groups submitting evidence to a Westminster inquiry.
Chemical contamination from the fracking industry could increase the risk of childhood leukaemia, according to new study by US scientists.
Genetic testing kits sold online and in pharmacies are failing to protect consumers’ privacy raising concerns about human rights, academics have warned.
An Australian academic visiting Scotland has refuted claims by China that organ harvesting from prisoners has stopped.