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.
On-The-Run Prisoner Traced
Police have found an absconded prisoner who went missing on Monday.
David Arthur, 31, an inmate at HMP Castle Huntly, has been found in Paisley.
He was on a temporary period of leave from prison when he was discovered to have gone missing, having last been seen in the Shore Road area of Perth at about 12.30pm on Monday.
Police had warned the public not to approach Arthur as he has previous convictions for violence, and instead asked them to report any sightings of him to police.
A Police Scotland spokesman said: ``Missing Castle Huntly absconder David Arthur has been traced in Paisley.''
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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