Scottish anti-nuclear groups were spied upon by the British state in the 1970s and 1980s, according to documents released by police to the spycops inquiry.
A review of undercover policing by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary in Scotland failed to look into claims of unlawful behaviour, says a new report.
An environmental campaigner targeted by police has failed to persuade a judge that an undercover policing inquiry should be extended to cover Scotland.
Scotland’s former police chief personally signed off an undercover operation which involved an officer duping a woman into sex.
A letter signed by 18 people claims that the planned review into spycops activity in Scotland “cannot be trusted.”
Key witness at Pitchford inquiry asks Scottish Government to obtain aliases used by undercover Met Police officers.