Scottish Government announces new support service for families of homicide victims

20 April 2018

Victim Support Scotland will receive £13.8m for a homicide service and to develop a victim-centred approach to criminal justice

Breakthrough in forensics to hand investigators a new tool in fight against wildlife crime

20 April 2018

With illegal traps often placed in remote locations, investigators have previously struggled to collect evidence of wrong doing

Getting to know you: Maurice Golden MSP

18 April 2018

West of Scotland MSP Maurice Golden sits down for a moment of levity with Holyrood's Tom Freeman

Q&A with Justice Secretary Michael Matheson

16 April 2018

Holyrood asks Michael Matheson, Cabinet Secretary for Justice, about some of the key issues on the justice agenda

Sketch: Theresa May finds herself in a hostile environment

20 April 2018

Let he who has never accidentally deported someone after destroying all record of their citizenship throw the first stone

Kenny MacAskill: The new SPA can be a lesson for public boards

13 April 2018

Public boards have a duty to reflect society, not simply in terms of gender balance but at a much broader level, writes former justice secretary Kenny MacAskill

Scottish Government announces new support service for families of homicide victims

20 April 2018

Victim Support Scotland will receive £13.8m for a homicide service and to develop a victim-centred approach to criminal justice

Breakthrough in forensics to hand investigators a new tool in fight against wildlife crime

20 April 2018

With illegal traps often placed in remote locations, investigators have previously struggled to collect evidence of wrong doing

Breakthrough in forensics to hand investigators a new tool in fight against wildlife crime

20 April 2018

With illegal traps often placed in remote locations, investigators have previously struggled to collect evidence of wrong doing

Talks commence to save Annan seafood plant

19 April 2018

Small town fish factory subject of ministerial intervention after owner plans to withdraw

HMRC refused to raid firm investigated for money laundering, citing the fact it was a Tory donor

19 April 2018

Tax officers refused to assist French investigations into Lycamobile, warning the firm is "the biggest corporate donor" to the Conservative party

Talks commence to save Annan seafood plant

19 April 2018

Small town fish factory subject of ministerial intervention after owner plans to withdraw