FFS Explains: Humza Yousaf’s polling challenge
Ferret Fact Service looks at the polling on issues which may define Humza Yousaf's time in charge.
Fact check: Nicola Sturgeon on her record as first minister
Ferret Fact Service looks at five claims Nicola Sturgeon made about her record as first minister.
Why are governments restricting TikTok?
Ferret Fact Service explains why TikTok is facing pressure and scrunity in Europe and the US.
Hydrogen trial fears loss of funding if explosion testing results published
The firm behind a Fife trial of hydrogen in homes has refused to release the findings of explosion testing because they could “undermine the project”.
Why is the deposit return scheme so controversial?
The deposit return scheme (DRS) is due to begin in Scotland on 16 August, but has led to…
Security breaches at UK nuclear police reach eight year high
The police force tasked with guarding UK nuclear plants reported 37 security breaches last year including the thefts of three ‘classified’ Microsoft tablets.
If gas prices are going down, why are energy bills going up?
Ferret Fact Service looks at the recent reduction in gas prices and why we won't see that reflected immediately in energy bills.
UK Government faces legal challenge over arms supply for Yemen’s war
The UK Government is facing a legal challenge in the high court over its supply of weapons for the war in Yemen.
Claim there’s ‘no desire’ in Scotland to have EU membership is False
Ferret Fact Service looks at a claim by secretary of state for Scotland Alister Jack about EU support.