4,500 – 6,000 migrants entered Bosnia in October 2018. Now border security has tightened up and winter approaches many face an uncertain future.
The Institute of Economic Affairs has been accused of “pumping seemingly paid-for propaganda” on tobacco, oil and tax havens into schools.
The BBC pleaded with Nicola Sturgeon to reverse her decision to pull out of a media conference after she learn that former Trump strategist, Steve Bannon, had been invited to speak.
Scotland's fish farming industry must bow to tougher environmental regulation if wants to expand, a committee of MSPs has concluded.
A senior SNP politician has defended an international trip paid for by a regime accused of war crimes and human rights abuses including the abduction of dissidents.
Ferret Fact Service looks at the claim that student debt has doubled while college places have reduced under the SNP government.
Thousands of elderly people in Scotland are facing “worry and uncertainty” because the company which provides their care is running out of money.
Edinburgh City Council has broken the law 466 times in the last year by placing homeless families in bed and breakfast accommodation for more than seven days.
Cracks that are spreading in two ageing nuclear power reactors at Hunterston in North Ayrshire have delayed plans to reopen them until 2019.