In this episode we hear from police expert witnesses about how else officers could have responded on 3 May 2015, and listen to their views on the dangers of restraint.
A housing company accommodating asylum seekers in Scotland has been accused of “re-traumatising” the people by forcing them to move with as little as ten minutes notice.
Racism in the police is not just a US issue. It also has a long history in the UK. In this episode we look at what the inquiry has heard so far about attitudes to race.
In this first of three episodes we look at the evidence, heard by the inquiry, about what exactly happened in the hours leading up to Sheku Bayoh's death.
The second hearing of the Sheku Bayoh Inquiry starts on Tuesday, 31 January. The Ferret, is launching a new podcast summarising the inquiry evidence, and met his family to hear about its impact so far.
Women in their mid to late twenties are most likely to miss their cervical cancer screenings. Now a Glasgow women's football team is hoping to encourage more of them to take the test.
Ferret Fact Service explains how the UK Government used a Section 35 order to block Scotland's new gender recognition law.
Asylum seekers – who are spending their second Christmas without having their claim for sanctuary considered and living in a hotel – say they have been “abandoned by the system”, with some reporting feeling suicidal.
The Scottish Science Advisory Council also cautioned that there was a risk that hydrogen heating could be promoted to benefit commercial interests.