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Scotland’s salmon farming industry will lose its biggest £200 million export market to the US if it persists in shooting seals.
In some parts of Scotland traditional "beat bobbies" are non-existent and the situation for local policing is “critical,” according to the Scottish Police Federation.
The US Embassy in London dismissed Scottish Government plans to get rid of Trident after independence, according to secret cables published by The Ferret.
The oil multinational whose rig ran aground on the island of Lewis was implicated in one of the world’s worst environmental disasters and has suffered leaks in the North Sea.
Officials acting at the request of a developer aiming to build hundreds of homes for private rent have been criticised.
Genetic testing kits sold online and in pharmacies are failing to protect consumers’ privacy raising concerns about human rights, academics have warned.
Former undercover police officers giving evidence to the 'spy cops' Pitchford Inquiry will not face retrospective misconduct proceedings
Farmers and gamekeepers are shooting “as many beavers as possible” on Tayside before they are brought under legal protection, according to emails released by the Scottish Government.
Plans to set fire to coal under the seabed at 19 sites around the UK could cause massive climate pollution, groundwater contamination and toxic waste.