Episode seven of our Sheku Bayoh: The Inquiry podcast – Hot to touch – contains some startling revelations about policing both back in 2015 and today.
An MSP has urged the Scottish Government and Edinburgh council to open a “proper investigation” after a tenant was allegedly threatened over rent payments.
Four people die every week in Scotland while in prison, police cells or other forms of state detention or care, according to figures exclusively shared with The Ferret.
A far right activist posed as a Home Office inspector to get information about an hotel housing refugees, which led to the targeting of guests and staff.
The number of Scots referred to the UK Government’s counter-terrorism programme due to far right extremism has risen over the last year, new data shows.
Ferret Fact Service looks at controversy around the the use of misleading photographs in stories about bonfire night in Scotland.
Police Scotland accelerates use of Police Scotland’s use of a controversial form of facial recognition has tripled over the last five years.
Ferret Fact Service looks at controversy around a motion passed by Glasgow City Counil on drug use.
Episode six of our Sheku Bayoh: The Inquiry podcast looks at evidence from the post-mortem and hears what expert witnesses found about the cause of his death.