Thousands of disabled Scots who applied for a funding grant to adapt their home are stuck in unsuitable housing.
Citizen journalist Tam tells The Ferret how his life turned around after spiralling into drug addiction and homelessness.
There are more than 4000 homes being let by overseas landlords in Glasgow, with more than one thousand owned through secretive tax havens, The Ferret has learned.
Financial services giant Legal and General has been accused of blocking new homes in Aberdour from being built to zero emissions standards.
Low earners in Scotland face paying more than half of their salary on rent, analysis of nearly 4,500 rental listings by The Ferret has found.
Renters across Scotland are being asked to outbid one another to secure a home, which campaigners say is driving up prices for tenants amidst a housing crisis.
None of the money from a £20 million fund to improve accommodation for Gypsies, Roma and Traveller people has been spent since it was announced last year by the Scottish Government.
Scotland’s second largest council pension fund has shares worth £847,000 in a firm that made the cladding panels found to be the main cause of the Grenfell Tower fire that killed 72 people.
Homeless people across Scotland owe councils over £34million in “highly questionable“ charges for temporary accommodation, according to research by a Glasgow-based public law firm, which alleges local authorities may be acting unlawfully.