Children in poorer parts of Scotland have nearly 10 per cent fewer choices of subjects in secondary school than those in better-off areas, new research has found.
The Scottish Government has handed nearly £15 million to arms firms with factories in Scotland who sell weaponry to Turkey.
The graphite cores of two ageing nuclear reactors at Hunterston in North Ayrshire have begun to crumble as cracks spread.
The Scottish Government has been urged to act over the use of multi-level teaching in schools after an investigation by The Ferret revealed that the practice is widespread across Scotland.
An £1,800 fine imposed on a Tory dark money trust is "derisory" and "an advert to break the rules", say politicians and campaigners.
An Ayrshire firm making explosives told Scottish Enterprise that munitions were a "key growth area" when applying for taxpayers' money.
Secretary of State for Scotland Alister Jack registered £70,000 worth of shareholdings two years ago in a private equity group linked to weapons makers.
Arms firms due to attend a trade event dubbed a “festival of violence” gave MP's more than £60,000 in donations.
One of the two cracked reactors at Hunterston B nuclear power station in North Ayrshire has been given permission to reopen - but only for four months.