A new report claims National Action is still recruiting in the UK three years after it was banned by the government.
Repeated attempts by government agencies in Scotland to block public access to information show that freedom of information law should be strengthened, say journalists.
Ferret Fact Service looks at a claim from Scotland secretary David Mundell about young people leaving school without qualifications.
An Airbnb lobbyist met with a Conservative MSP accused of "sabotaging" regulation on short-term lettings, according to the lobbying register.
The Ministry of Defence has refused to say whether the five referred to the counter-terrorism programme are still serving in the armed forces.
"These are the people who threaten our lives": The Ferret goes to Greece to find out about the immigrants assaulted and abused by the far right.
Ferret Fact Service looks at an alleged tweet sent by Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage after protests outside an Edinburgh rally.
Top Scottish politicians quaffed champagne and dined on veal alongside property investors at a secret £5,000 VIP dinner in the south of France, The Ferret has learned.
Westminster's former Brexit minister, Chris Heaton-Harris, has been accused of breaching the ministerial code for meeting privately with the far-right Spanish party, Vox.