All Investigations Posts
UEFA chiefs accused of exploitation after advertising for 12,000 unpaid workers to staff billion-pound Euro 2020 tournament
Football bosses have been accused of exploiting fans as they enlist an army of volunteers to work for free at the Euro 2020 tournament.
Scientists blame pollution and pesticides as childhood cancer rates in Scotland soar by 34% in a decade
The number of child cancer cases in Scotland has risen by a third in the last decade, we can reveal.
Police ordered to probe a whistleblower’s claims of cover-up at an elite crime-fighting agency did not interview the whistleblower, we can reveal.
Patient asks why specialist hospital unit in Aberdeen plagued by in-fighting failed to diagnose her cancer for eight months
A mother has voiced fears that her cancer was missed for months because of alleged mismanagement and infighting at a specialist NHS unit.
The number of the powerful painkillers prescribed by NHS Scotland has more than doubled in 13 years.
Leading pathologist reports from frontline of Scotland’s drug wars as experts warn last year’s toll may have climbed over 1,200
With every day and every body, Marjorie Turner sees the human cost of Scotland’s escalating drugs crisis.
The Scottish Government’s crackdown on cheap alcohol has driven some drinkers to drugs, experts fear.
A grandmother who lost her hands and feet to sepsis has revealed how she had to battle the deadly condition for a second time.
Record numbers of Scots women are dying from drugs overdoses prompting calls for dedicated help for female addicts.
Scots bank customers are losing more than £120 million to fraud gangs every year, we can reveal.
The mule train rinsing Scotland’s dirty millions: How organised crime gangs enlist an army of low-level money launderers to wash their ill-gotten fortunes
Targeting the so-called money mules helping launder Scotland’s crime gangs’ dirty millions is a priority, according to the detective leading the fight against economic crime.