Lastest news about Neil Findlay MSP from The Ferret
The Scottish Government has been forced to withdraw all the emergency relaxations it made to freedom of information (FoI) law in April.
Laws weakening freedom of information rights in Scotland look set to be repealed after just a few weeks because opposition MSPs have united against them.
Changes to Scotland’s freedom of information law narrowly agreed by Holyrood for the coronavirus emergency have been condemned as “dismal” and “draconian” by campaigners.
An investment firm with £400m in fossil fuels is under attack for "hypocrisy" after it urged the Scottish Government to cut carbon pollution.
Firms profiting from NHS Scotland's recruitment crisis have links to tax havens and pay their directors up to £184,000.
Holyrood's £86 million pension fund has ploughed more money into fossil fuels and opposed bids to combat sexual harassment and hate speech after agreeing to make investments more ethical.
The new Liberal Democrat leader, Jo Swinson, has come under fire for donors with links to a Russian gas company and a firm criticised for tax avoidance.
A review of undercover policing by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland failed to look into claims of unlawful behaviour, says a new report.
Scotland's richest MSP is under pressure to return a £185,000 property development grant after bungling officials failed to claim it back on time.