Glasgow City Council
People in Glasgow are finding themselves more isolated and with less help, as 10 years of government cuts eats away at the services they need to live independent lives.
Shelter Scotland is seeking a judicial review into the council’s "unlawful" failure to provide temporary accommodation.
When the Commonwealth Games came to the Scottish city, promises of regeneration were made to locals. But nearly four years later, services are shutting their doors.
Around 8,000 council workers have downed tools for two days.
The partial deconstruction will begin in the coming days.
Around £200 million has been generated by the film industry in Scotland over the last decade. In the past 12 months alone
Councils have spent as much as £1.2 million on award ceremonies such as 'British Parking Awards', the 'International Rose
For more than 20 years, Dalmarnock's Accord Centre has provided much needed support to disabled adults -- including those with learning difficulties and complex, multiple needs -- and their families and carers, but is set to be demolished to make way for a coach park serving the Commonwealth Games.