Arms companies supplying Israel have been invited to the Scottish Parliament despite the death toll in Gaza and allegations Britain could be complicit in war crimes.
The Scottish Government has given over £8m in public grants to companies exhibiting at a London arms fair hosting states accused of human rights violations.
Delivery of nuclear reactors to power a new fleet of Trident submarines on the Clyde has been branded as “unachievable” for the second year running.
Just 44 street parties were held in Scotland to celebrate King Charles’ coronation in May, compared to more than 3,000 in England.
The governments of China, Qatar, Singapore and the United Arab Emirates have extensive property portfolios in Scotland collectively worth nearly £250m.
A multinational based in Montrose, criticised for exporting goods to Russia after the invasion of Ukraine, received a £2.1m grant from the government.
Scotland’s largest council pension funds have around £230m invested in Western companies continuing to operate in Russia almost a year after Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.
The man behind a Glasgow restaurant accused of being a Chinese secret police station has wined and dined senior Scottish politicians, The Ferret can reveal.
A firm building broadband services across Scotland is backed by an Emirati company that invested in an Israeli firm behind controversial spyware called Pegasus.