Glasgow should restart the refugee dispersal scheme to stop the Home Office from introducing asylum reception centres in barracks and disused oil rigs, claim campaigners.
The main developer behind the Cambo oil field is ultimately owned in an offshore tax haven, which could deprive the UK of tens of millions of pounds.
Campaigners have renewed calls for more affordable housing and rent controls after it emerged flats in a former public building were being let for up to £2,500 a month.
We investigate why two derelict buildings in Glasgow - the former Talisman pub in Springburn and St Margaret’s in Polmadie - have been left to rot.
Street homeless people must be urgently accommodated in hotels in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to those working to support them.
The Ferret and HuffPost investigate the impact of government austerity policy on the lives of disabled people in Scotland.
Serco, a firm evicting hundreds of asylum seekers from their homes in Glasgow, will be exhibiting at a controversial arms trade show.
The British Army has been criticised for targeting online recruitment adverts at young, risk-taking, working class Scots suffering the "January Blues".
Senior managers at Glasgow City Council knew for months about controversial plans to evict hundreds of asylum seekers from their homes, calling into question claims by councillors the council had been "blindsided".