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.
Victims of human trafficking can now be found in every town and city in Scotland, experts say.
A human trafficking victim tricked into moving to Scotland before being sold as a bride has spoken of her ordeal for the first time.
He was a slave who seized back his freedom in the most spectacular way.
IT is a tiny island, a speck on a map, just 1,650ft long and 350ft wide.
CHILDREN should be taught more about the legacy of the British Empire, colonialism and the slave trade, Jeremy Corbyn will say.
AN exhibition about anti-slavery campaigner Frederick Douglass is going on show at the National Library of Scotland to mark the 200th anniversary of his birth.
SCOTTISH merchants received £3 million in compensation payouts when slavery was abolished, we can reveal.
THE buildings might be landmarks, the street names may be famous, but the legacy of the slave trade remains – according to campaigners – Scotland’s guilty secret.