Britain’s biggest landowner accused of “land grab” after he sold off a bowling green that the community thought belonged to them.
The organisation responsible for scrutinising police in Scotland has backed a call for an end to the indefinite detention of immigrants.
A freedom of information request has revealed the Ministry of Defence delivered training sessions to Saudi Arabia’s Joint Incident Assessment Team (JIAT).
Nearly 300 extremely vulnerable asylum seekers held in Dungavel by Home Office despite doctors expressing fears over their well-being.
People seeking asylum are being bullied, evicted and suffering in poor quality accommodation, say groups submitting evidence to a Westminster inquiry.
Mexican fruit workers have asked Scots consumers to boycott berries sold in Lidl stores amid allegations of unsafe working conditions.
Private arms and security firms with links to Scotland are working secretly with regimes accused of human rights abuses, it is claimed.
The Scottish Government has said it will partner with the Rwandan Government on international development – but experts say the latter’s poor human rights record must be addressed.
Harrowing images of starving children have revealed the horror of Yemen’s humanitarian crisis