With no access to work or housing, destitute Eritreans in Glasgow have no prospect of returning to a homeland where they would face prison - or worse.
Ferret Fact Service looks at controversy over newspaper claims that Scotland’s wealth inequality is growing.
A data firm that ran Facebook adverts targeting Tory MPs opposed to Brexit is part of the UK data regulator's investigation into Brexit.
Increasing sales of North Sea oil assets to unlisted private companies have raised concerns over transparency and accountability in the sector,
The Scottish Government has been warned that the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act may not comply with the European Convention on Human Rights.
Toxic exhaust fumes are polluting ten city streets across Scotland in breach of legal safety limits that should have been met eight years ago.
The US is to withhold more than £45m in aid for the UN relief agency for Palestinians, a move that could prove “catastrophic” for the humanitarian organisation and half a million children.
The Scottish Highlands are a net exporter of energy, but despite this, people who live there still pay more for power.
The Eurosceptic Conservative MP Steve Baker has been a director and a trustee of the right-wing Cobden Centre since founding it in 2010 but chose not to declare this in the MPs' register of interests.