Dozens of academics at Glasgow University have signed an open letter calling for an immediate ceasefire to the “relentless bombardment” of Gaza.
No firm has failed human rights checks by Scottish Enterprise since 2019, despite some companies having links to states accused of war crimes.
For University students and their families, graduation is always special. But Robbie and his parents were told it was a day that would never come.
Anti-nuclear campaigners have accused organisations supporting plans for a nuclear fusion plant in North Ayrshire of having promoted the project with “half truths” and warned it would be “dangerous” for the environment.
The National Records of Scotland (NRS) has published its latest statistics on drug deaths, which show 1,330 people died of drug misuse in 2021.
Phone calls made by prisoners to the Samaritans more than doubled in just six months,
Campaigners have welcomed a move by Aberdeen University to divest from fossil fuels by 2025.
Families of those who have died in custody are being shut out of fatal accident inquiries, though their involvement could improve the outcome, say researchers.
Scottish politicians and academics at Glasgow University have called on authorities to release a former Glasgow University student arrested in Kurdish Iraq and charged with high treason.