Freedom of Information
A toxic pesticide that causes cancer was used by fish farms nearly 200 times over a three year period, despite fears it could harm the marine environment.
A Scottish Government agency is still considering “permanent closure” of the Radical Road on Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh.
The Scottish Greens are coming under pressure to back a bid to strengthen and extend freedom of information law – and boost the chances of reform.
A far right activist posed as a Home Office inspector to get information about an hotel housing refugees, which led to the targeting of guests and staff.
Tax haven-owned care homes operating in Scotland have had hundreds of complaints upheld by inspectors in recent years, The Ferret can reveal.
No firm has failed human rights checks by Scottish Enterprise since 2019, despite some companies having links to states accused of war crimes.
Hundreds of people appealing against the refusal of public bodies to release information are facing backlogs and long delays.
Police Scotland accelerates use of Police Scotland’s use of a controversial form of facial recognition has tripled over the last five years.
Ferret Fact Service looks into the controversy around Scottish Government WhatsApp messages.