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.
Scotland’s information watchdog has urged MSPs to rethink secrecy rules being proposed for a new post-Brexit environmental body.
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 Scottish Government’s freedom of information performance has collapsed during the pandemic and undermined public accountability, warns watchdog.
Tear gas and stun grenades made in the UK were used against pro-democracy protestors recently in Greece, according to human rights groups.
Ferret Fact Service looks at how people apply for asylum in the UK and some of the myths which surround the process.
Twenty children have been killed in Yemen since the UK government resumed arms sales to Saudi Arabia just over one month ago.
Standard Life Aberdeen, based in Edinburgh, invests in Chilean company Geopark, which had been planning to extract oil in the Loreto region of Peru.
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.