Nicola Sturgeon is to question Police Scotland over its branding of anti-fracking campaigners as "domestic extremists" alongside banned terror groups such as Islamic State and Scottish Dawn.
The Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, angrily rejected a proposal from her Foreign Secretary, Douglas Hurd, for £1 million to help the African National Congress three months after Nelson Mandela was released from prison.
Official documents reveal that Police Scotland has been trying to infiltrate communities near the Ineos petrochemical plant at Grangemouth.
A landmark ruling by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) this week said that GCHQ’s methods in carrying out bulk interception of online communications, violated privacy and failed to provide sufficient surveillance safeguards
The risk of refugees and migrants drowning in the Mediterranean is increasing, but lifesaving volunteers are being criminalised.
Scots council pension funds have shares worth £110 million in US arms giants linked to an alleged war crime in Yemen when 40 children were killed.
One of Scotland’s largest unions is calling for a radical overhaul of council pension funds over links to Donald Trump's migrant detention camps.
A family business running bed and breakfasts and hostels in Edinburgh that have attracted complaints has been paid £15m by the city council.
A new report by HM Chief Inspector of Prisons has raised concerns over the use of constraints on people who presented "no risk" during a Home Office operation this year.