Man linked to alleged Chinese secret police courted Nicola Sturgeon
Organisations linked to an alleged Chinese secret police station in Glasgow repeatedly invited Nicola Sturgeon to the premises and met Jeremy Corbyn.
FFS explains: How does a Prime Minister leave office?
The Prime Minister is under significant pressure after revelations about parties being held at Number 10. FFS looked at the ways a Prime Minister can be unseated.
Claim Sturgeon signed ‘once in a generation’ indyref agreement is Mostly False
Ferret Fact Service looks at a claim by Scottish Conservatives leader Douglas Ross about whether Nicola Sturgeon signed an agreement that the 2014 referendum would be a 'once in a lifetime' vote.
Tory party accused of misrepresentation on fact checking
A formal complaint has been sent to the Conservative Party over its rebranding of an official Twitter account as an independent fact checking service.
Scottish charity watchdog damns group that attacked integrity of politicians
A Fife-based charity, which was funded by the UK government and attacked politicians such as Jeremy Corbyn, has been condemned by Scotland's charity regulator.
Fact check: Brexit Party claims on EU negotiations and divorce bill
Ferret Fact Service looks at a tweet by Brexit Party candidate Richard Tice on the advantages of voting for his party in the European elections on 23 May.
Claim Richard Leonard supported the Leave campaign in Brexit vote is False
Ferret Fact Service looks at the claim by Keith Brown MSP that Richard Leonard backed the Leave campaign in the EU referendum.
Revealed: Boris Johnson’s Afghan trip cost taxpayers £20,000
Boris Johnson’s widely criticised trip to Afghanistan when a crucial vote was due on a third runway at Heathrow cost the British taxpayer at least £20,000, The Ferret can reveal.
Fact check: Scottish Labour’s party political broadcast
Ferret Fact Service looks at the claims made in Scottish Labour's latest party political broadcast.