Ferret Fact Service looks at a claim about the amount of money coming to the Scottish Government from the chancellor’s summer budget update.
A global finance company in Edinburgh has £12m invested in an oil firm accused of endangering Indigenous groups in the Peruvian Amazon who are in lockdown due to Covid-19.
Experts have called for “radical change” and an overhaul of Scotland’s laws to tackle thousands of vacant and derelict sites.
Amazon’s flagship Scottish distribution centre, developed with the aid of £6.3m in Scottish Enterprise grants, is now owned and registered in a tax haven.
The amount of salmon killed by diseases and other problems at fish farms has reached record levels, with death rates quadrupling over the last 18 years.
A fund set up to help community buyouts is heavily skewed towards a few local authority areas and has spent millions on buying assets already in public ownership.
The property deal behind the construction of the new UK Government Edinburgh office hub generated a £6.5m dividend payout to a tax haven firm.
The UK Government has been condemned after announcing it would resume selling arms to Saudi Arabia despite concerns over the potential for war crimes in Yemen.
Dozens of Scotland's care home buildings are owned by companies based in tax havens and controlled by global hedge funds, private equity and China