All eyes have been on the UK’s employment levels since Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic hit the economy in quick succession.
Scottish ministers have been accused of breaking their promise to uphold European environmental rules by “legalising” the dumping of dead fish at sea.
A hereditary peer has been paid £90,000 by the Scottish Government so that a former airfield can be used as an overflow lorry park in Dumfries.
Ferret Fact Service looks into a claim about the European Health Insurance Card after Brexit.
Scots farmers are facing cost rises of up to 200 per cent and warning a tsunami of escalating prices could mean further price rises in shops - and even food shortages leading to “civil unrest”.
The relative level of the state pension in the UK compared to the rest of the world has been regularly used as a criticism of the UK Government.
Organisations that do not disclose their funders are running astroturf campaigns that have spent over £60,000 on Facebook adverts attacking proposed anti-vaping legislation.
Air pollution will be the subject of a Scotland-wide investigation – the first to be carried out by the country's new environmental watchdog, The Ferret can reveal.
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