Politicians called for an explanation yesterday after it emerged London Bridge attacker Usman Khan was freed from jail less than seven years into a 16-year sentence for terrorism.
External review questions Police Scotland’s insistence that officers being told to burn secret files in a carpark was routine housekeeping
APolice Scotland inquiry into the torching of files found at a chaotic undercover unit may have covered up a cover-up, according to an independent review.
The partner of Sheku Bayoh has spoken of her heartache after his death in custody and demanded to know why more than four years after his death there are still no answers.
Prince Andrew on friendship with paedophile: My judgement was probably coloured by my tendency to be too honourable
Prince Andrew’s hopes a television interview over sex allegations would close down speculation were in doubt last night.
How the Second City of the Empire was built on the backs of slaves: Civic leaders reveal investigation
Once it was the Empire’s Second City where even the street names saluted the tycoons, traders and tobacco barons building fortunes around the world.
Fines worth £400,000 were imposed on 6,600 drivers in the first three weeks after bus gates were introduced on some of Scotland’s busiest city streets.
The family of a man who died in police custody will learn tomorrow if anyone will be prosecuted over the death.
An international hunt for a missing Slovakian mum is under way amid fears she has been trafficked to Scotland.
Three Slovaks facing jail for trafficking women into Scotland have lengthy criminal records for fraud and violence in their homeland, we can reveal.
Lorraine Kelly defended Prince Harry and Meghan against their critics yesterday and suggested the royals should consider moving to Africa to avoid the flak.
Scots working to clear explosives from one of the world’s most heavily landmined countries have won new support from ministers.