Channel 4 is a publicly-owned broadcaster that was set up by the government under then-Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in 1982. It operates as a not-for-profit corporation.
Scotland’s Minister for Drugs Policy has admitted people are still being “let down” by addiction services and said she is "deeply sorry" for those who have not had the right help to address issues with alcohol and drugs.
Nearly 50 sites run by Scottish Water including sewage and wastewater treatment are “poor”, “very poor” or “at risk”, according to Scotland’s environmental watchdog.
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The BBC has been criticised for a lack of transparency after failing to explain why thousands of Scots have not been fined for failing to pay their TV licence in recent years.
Ferret Fact Service looks at a claim about the TV licence in Scotland.
Ferret Fact Service looks at another five claims from the party leaders during a BBC debate ahead of the Scottish Parliament elections.
Supporters and former members of North Korean friendship organisations reveal why some in the West are drawn to support the repressive regime.
Ferret Fact Service looks at a claim by Boris Johnson that Scotland has the highest taxes in the UK.