Crime and justice
Scottish veterans suffering from combat related trauma are falling between the cracks of the criminal justice system, it has been claimed.
Ferret Fact Service looks at controversy around a motion passed by Glasgow City Counil on drug use.
The Ferret looks back on hearing three of the Sheku Bayoh Inquiry, which tried to get to the heart of what caused his death.
Undercover operations by so-called spycops to infiltrate Scottish anti-nuclear groups were not justified, an independent inquiry has concluded.
A far right extremist with links to Patriotic Alternative Scotland has been jailed for four years and eight months.
A former Mark Fortune tenant who is due to have her deposit returned to her after winning a housing tribunal has urged others to follow suit.
Violent assaults have been rising more steeply at HMP Addiewell – Scotland’s troubled private prison – than any other jail last year.
A major salmon farming company has been fined £800,000 after an employee was crushed and drowned when he fell into the water during a boat transfer.
An Edinburgh property firm owned by landlord Mark Fortune has been ordered to make one of its flats…