For Fact’s Sake podcast: How did conspiracy theories lead to an attempted coup in Germany?
Ali and Paul look at the Reichsbürger plot, fact-check the SNP leadership election, and explain a bizarre claim that a bank collapse in the US was caused by its 'woke' policies.
Dalwhinnie: Network Rail slammed for spending £30k on fencing
Network Rail spent more than £30,000 on plans to fence off a popular Highland level crossing, despite widespread opposition.
Fact check: SNP leadership debates
Ferret Fact Service looked at claims made by the SNP leadership candidates in the recent TV debates.
Nicola Sturgeon resigns: What happens next?
Ferret Fact Service looks at what the procedure is for replacing Nicola Sturgeon as first minister and SNP leader.
Anti-abortion lobbyists met MSPs over 100 times since 2021
Anti-abortion lobbyists have met with MSPs from all the major political parties, prompting concerns from women’s rights groups.
Gender pay gap rises at Scottish National Investment Bank
The gender pay gap at the Scottish National Investment Bank has increased by almost a quarter in the 20 months since it was established, according to a new report.
Scottish councils pay ‘eye-watering’ sums of interest to UK treasury
'Eye-watering' interest payments on borrowing from the UK treasury are further squeezing council budgets, campaigners have argued.
STUC accuse Scottish Government of ‘tartan Tory austerity’ at cost-of-living summit
Scotland’s Trades Union Congress (STUC) has issued a call for further Scottish Government intervention on the cost of living crisis as it co-hosts a nationwide summit on the issue.
Whisky firm’s Russian backers had links to Russia’s government
Russian businessmen who have agreed to resign as directors of a Scots whisky firm have links to Russia’s government and military.