Latest news from The Ferret about Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister of Scotland and Leader of the SNP.
The Queen’s Platinum jubilee, marking 70 years of her reign as the UK’s monarch, led to an increase in conversation about the future of the royal family.
Ferret Fact Service looks into an SNP claim about affordable housing.
Scottish sporting estates are charging clients up to £1,000 to shoot wild goats years after public outrage over the practice prompted the Scottish Government to review shooting laws.
A dozen Scots politicians, including two government ministers, were wined and dined by companies at a £200 per head dinner during the COP26 summit, The Ferret can reveal.
Youth justice needs a radical overhaul to stop the system from failing Scottish children by sending them to prison, it has been claimed.
The environment minister has been urged to outline a plan to stop sewage leaks after The Ferret revealed that government officials said Scotland was “way behind” England in tackling the issue.
Police Scotland “lied” to the Scottish Police Authority to “cover up their failures” when questioned on its policing of two protests during COP26, alleges a report by police monitoring network Netpol and campaign group Article 11.
Homeless people must be given “more than just a roof over their heads,” say campaigners, after official figures revealed a record number died last year.