Private finance schemes are secretive, give too much power to companies outwith Scotland and may not deliver value for money.
Ferret Fact Service looks at Theresa May’s claim that the tuition fees policy led to more students in university.
Ferret Fact Service assesses David Davis’s claim that 80 per cent of voters supported parties who have backed Brexit being carried out.
Ferret Fact Service looks at Kezia Dugdale’s claim on the education attainment gap in Scotland.
Facebook data shows that right wing groups are adept at using anger as a means of outperforming their rivals on the social media platform.
Members of a Government advisory group have enjoyed five-star luxury at an exclusive Edinburgh hotel.
Former undercover police officers giving evidence to the ‘spy cops’ Pitchford Inquiry will not face retrospective misconduct proceedings
Some of the most expensive Scottish peers have claimed thousands of pounds for ‘excessive’ air travel between Scotland and London whilst campaigning on climate change.
Concerns raised about more than £27,000 donated to the Scottish National Party by a drilling company that could benefit if the moratorium on fracking were to end.