A Home Office policy forcing asylum seekers in hotels to share bedrooms will increase numbers and could escalate community tensions, campaigners have warned.
Coffee giant Costa sought involvement in drafting guidelines for drive-through restaurants, sparking concerns about lobbyists influencing new planning rules.
A charity is raising fears about asylum accommodation after a traumatised refugee family was housed on the edge of a notoriously derelict and abandoned estate in Port Glasgow.
Organisations linked to an alleged Chinese secret police station in Glasgow repeatedly invited Nicola Sturgeon to the premises and met Jeremy Corbyn.
As the recession in the UK deepens, more Scottish cultural venues could be taken over by multinational firms and private developers.
Think tanks blamed as the "driving force" behind the UK's current "economic disaster" hosted more than forty events at the Tory conference.
The number of people who have had their benefits sanctioned in Scotland has doubled over the last three years.
The chief executive officer of Mears Group – which delivers UK Government contacts including providing asylum accommodation in Scotland for the Home Office – took home £838,000 including bonuses last year.
Glasgow City Council has spent almost £10m on agency workers to empty bins and deal with recycling in the last five years, we can reveal.