Campaign for Freedom of Information in Scotland
Scottish ministers are facing growing criticism for failing to toughen freedom of information law after a parliamentary review two years ago.
A watchdog has sparked renewed calls for covid funding transparency from public bodies, after a council that followed "dodgy" Scottish Government advice on publishing data was found to be in breach of access to information rules.
A Scottish Government watchdog has been caught advising a pesticide company on how to avoid disclosure under freedom of information law.
Scotland's health secretary wanted to suspend freedom of information legislation in response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to internal government emails.
Scotland’s information watchdog has urged MSPs to rethink secrecy rules being proposed for a new post-Brexit environmental body.
The Scottish Government’s freedom of information performance has collapsed during the pandemic and undermined public accountability, warns watchdog.
The rural economy secretary, Fergus Ewing, has been criticised for "an abdication of responsibility" and as "very un-ministerial" by a civil service trade union.
The rural economy secretary, Fergus Ewing, has been accused of breaching the ministerial code by failing to record 25 meetings with the fish farming industry.
The Scottish Government has been forced to withdraw all the emergency relaxations it made to freedom of information (FoI) law in April.