Scotland’s two largest local government pension funds have nearly half a billion pounds invested in firms which are still doing business in Russia.
Kharkiv has been at the heart of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine since March. As Russian troops get pushed back East, The Ferret reports on what's left behind.
Yuri Lopatinsky was linked to Russian state agencies by an MP during a January debate in the House of Commons.
Scots farmers are facing cost rises of up to 200 per cent and warning a tsunami of escalating prices could mean further price rises in shops - and even food shortages leading to “civil unrest”.
A ten year old girl trying to reach her father in Scotland, after fleeing a Ukrainian city under attack from Russia’s army, is safe in Poland.
Edinburgh University has shares worth £1m in a bank sanctioned after Russia's invasion of Ukraine and more than £6m in a Dutch firm with links to Vladimir Putin.
The trustees of the Scottish Parliamentary Pension Scheme (SPPS) have written to Baillie Gifford, the firm that manages the fund asking that it divest from a bank sanctioned following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
This episode of The FFS Show focuses on Ukraine, and how you can avoid sharing misinformation about the conflict.
The pension fund for Scotland’s MSPs has shares in a Russian bank called Sberbank which has been sanctioned following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.