Crime and justice
Nearly 500,000 people have been removed from a police database - but other public bodies who received the records could still have them.
Police officers' attempt to block disciplinary action for allegedly sharing racist and antisemitic WhatsApp messages cost Police Scotland nearly £200,000 in legal fees.
Sixteen people seeking asylum in the UK died in six months, leading to a call for the “institutionally racist” Home Office to be scrapped to save lives.
More than one in four prisoners in Scottish jails are now on remand, due to the impact of covid-19 restrictions on the courts.
The leader of a Scottish Family Party breached electoral law by failing to submit a record of his personal campaign spending after running in the 2019 general election, The Ferret can reveal.
Housing and advice charities have warned that more must be done to tackle rogue landlords caught breaking the rules all over Scotland, despite emergency coronavirus laws.
Refugee organisers of a Glasgow protest in support of asylum-seekers have accused Police Scotland of failing to adequately protect them against far-right groups on the rampage.
A neo-Nazi who produced propaganda for Scottish Dawn has been jailed after being found guilty of membership of a terrorist organisation.