A former Chinese diplomat turned whistleblower after defecting to Australia has claimed China tries to control its international students studying at Scottish universities through student associations.
Criminal justice experts are raising serious concerns about the “de facto solitary confinement” of Scottish prisoners over the last year, with many facing intense levels of isolation.
Inverclyde Council has called on Scotland’s largest council pension fund to stop investing in arms and to commit to ethical investments.
Ferret Fact Service looks at a claim by Nigel Farage about an 'EU Human Rights Act'.
Scottish universities have shares worth more than £2m in companies linked to the West Bank, it has been revealed, leading to calls for disinvestment.
Four decades after homosexuality was decriminalised, Scottish activists reflect on the impact LGBT and trans rights have had on their lives.
Ferret Fact Service looks at the situation for those wanting moving to and from the EU after Brexit.
Belarusians living in Scotland are watching on horrified as the regime of President Alexander Lukashenko cracks down on political protests.
An arms company in Fife, funded by the taxpayer, has won dozens of contracts globally for border security walls, prompting claims it is profiting from “state repression and conflict".