An engineering multinational in Aberdeen whose revenue last year was £5.48bn is among a number of major businesses paying invoices late, according to a report.
The UK will cause 361 million tonnes of carbon pollution by increasing North Sea oil production since the climate emergency was declared in 2019.
UK's increasingly privatised immigration and border industry prompts critics to voice concerns that “corporate actors” are profiting at the expense of human rights.
A Scottish disability charity will consider joining forces with other human rights organisations to take legal action against “discriminatory” and “disproportionate” proposals for compulsory photo ID.
A UK Government plan to give an armed police force called the Civil Nuclear Constabulary (CNC) greater powers has raised “profound concerns” and been described as “deeply worrying”.
The Government Expenditure and Revenue Scotland (GERS) report is released today.
Arms firms given taxpayers’ money by Scottish Enterprise have been linked to the displacement of tens of thousands civilians escaping fighting.
A recently-closed business owned by a board member of a Scottish Government agency set up to "tackle inequality within the South of Scotland" has been fined for paying workers less than minimum wage.
Five private companies, who employ around three quarters of Scotland's arms industry workforce, had thousands of closed door meetings with Westminster.