Asylum seekers explain what it's really like to attempt to cross the Channel from France in an overcrowded rubber boat.
How a network of grassroots organisations are trying to catch people at risk of falling through the cracks in the UK asylum system.
Refugee charities and grassroots organisations say they have spent tens of thousands of pounds in a matter of months because of gaps in Home Office provision.
New analysis has revealed Scotland’s poorest schools were four times more likely than private schools to have passing Higher grades changed to a fail.
A Glasgow mother plans to take Scotland's largest council to the Supreme Court over the funding of a care package for her disabled son in a case that may have far-reaching implications for families across the country.
The National Trust for Scotland sold off the 90-acre Isle of Insh for £353,000, even though it's former owner wanted it to stay in a natural state.
An exclusive private housing development backed financially by a Scottish government “green” fund has been criticised for destroying “cherished woodland” and not providing affordable homes.
A European anti-torture committee has raised ongoing concerns about the use of segregation and “excessive force” used to control Scottish prisoners in “damning” new report.
The Scottish Human Rights Commission has raised “deep concerns” as new research highlights many people relying on social care packages at home have had those reduced or completely withdrawn.