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Patriotic Alternative Scotland voices support for man who pleaded guilty to terror charges
A leading figure in Patriotic Alternative Scotland has expressed support for a man who pleaded guilty to terrorism offences and urged members of the far right group to write to him in prison.
Scottish Government under fire for overruling council decisions to reject new fish farms
Council decisions to reject new fish farms were overruled by the Scottish Government after appeals by multinationals, which critics claim ignores local democracy.
Woodland bosses accused of failure and putting beavers at risk from guns
Government woodland bosses have been criticised for failing to bring beavers back to state-owned Scottish land and save them from possible shooting.
Scottish Government threatens to stop funding US oil firm over Russia exports
The Scottish Government has threatened to withhold funding to a US oil multinational over its exports to Russia.
Fewer than 1% of unauthorised tree fellings in Scotland result in prosecution
Fewer than one per cent of unauthorised tree fellings reported to Scottish Forestry have ended in a successful prosecution over nearly a decade, The Ferret has found.
Shell accused of ‘muscling in’ on Scotland’s renewable body
Oil giant Shell is trying to get a staff member elected to the board of Scotland's renewable energy body, leading to concerns.
US oil firm in Montrose exported to Russia months after calls for trading to cease
An oil multinational funded by the Scottish Government exported oil and gas drilling equipment from Montrose to Russia months after calls for trading to cease.
Scottish Family Party leader slammed for far right interview
The leader of the Scottish Family Party was interviewed by Patriotic Alternative Scotland, a far right group targeted by a government counter-terrorism strategy.
Revealed: The spiralling cost of Scotland’s flood defences
Twenty-eight ‘vital’ Scottish flood defence schemes are now expected to cost nearly one billion pounds – three times more than was first estimated in 2016.