Some inmates at a women's prison felt downgraded because they no longer had a single cell and had to share toilets and showers, an inspection found.
LISTEN: Tesco Denies Edinburgh Schools Shop Discrimination
An Edinburgh dad claims Tesco is treating private and state school pupils differently.
Parents say Boroughmuir High teenagers are having to queue outside while George Watson's College are allowed into the shop.
The firm has told Heart the claims are untrue.
Shop bosses said queues did have to be in place at times during busy periods.
Dad Neil Pollock has told our reporter Connor Gillies he wants an apology:
A Tesco spokesperson said, “This is completely untrue – there has never been any discrimination between state and private school children at this store.”
One in four people over the age of 45 does not have a neighbour they can call on for a favour or help, a study shows.
Scottish retail sales increased 4.3% in December, providing a boost for businesses over the vital Christmas period.
A Holyrood committee plans to examine the feasibility of introducing a universal basic income.
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