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22 July 2020,
David Hencke reports on what appears to be another centralising power grab as part of Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings’ plans to fundamentally change Whitehall
14 July 2020,
David Hencke reports on how the Government has broken David Cameron's promise to protect British databases by the backdoor route of another obscure legal mechanism
6 July 2020,
David Hencke reports on how a dispute over the distribution of payments to farmers is leading to a wider clash between Holyrood and Westminster
29 June 2020,
David Hencke reports on the radical moves to undermine parliamentary democracy by Boris Johnson's chief advisor and the Cabinet Office Minister
19 June 2020,
David Hencke reports on how much money has been wasted on the Government's NHSX tracing app, which it has now ditched to follow one being used by other countries for some time
16 June 2020,
David Hencke reports on new analysis from the House of Lords that reveals an extensive power grab by the Prime Minister and his Government
10 June 2020,
David Hencke reports on how, having survived the scandal of breaking the COVID-19 lockdown, Boris Johnson's chief advisor is not letting the Coronavirus crisis go to waste
29 May 2020,
David Hencke reports on how the scandal-hit No. 10 chief advisor has already begun his long-term promise to use Big Tech models to disrupt the British state.
20 May 2020,
David Hencke reveals up to £940 million in funding towards the No. 10 chief advisor's pet project of a US-style research agency — ARPA.
15 May 2020,
David Hencke reports on revelations from the National Audit Office over massive IT spending and the unaccountable role of NHSX.
11 May 2020,
While the Jenner Institute is at the centre of the search for a COVID-19 vaccine, David Hencke explains how a museum dedicated to Edward Jenner is threatened because of the lockdown.
WHITEHALL ANALYTICA: NHSX Contact Tracing App — Management Outsourced to Private Company and to be Accessed Overseas
8 May 2020,
David Hencke explores COVID-19 contracts worth £8m handed out by the UK Government for its controversial centralisation of personal data.
4 May 2020,
As one minister resigns, David Hencke reports on a rare dual rebuke to two members of Boris Johnson's Government.
30 April 2020,
David Hencke reveals that to abide with World Trade Organisation and EU rules, Britain is set to impose retaliatory tariffs on the US.
24 April 2020,
David Hencke on a damning report by the National Audit Office revealing how poor oversight, weak governance and high staff turnover have ramped up costs.
22 April 2020,
David Hencke reveals that the UK Government's COVID-19 contract with the data surveillance firm owned by Donald Trump-backer Peter Thiel was approved under an obscure statutory instrument.
15 April 2020,
Why is the UK only defining those over-70 as requiring shielding during the Coronavirus pandemic, in contradiction to guidance from the World Health Organisation?
EXCLUSIVE Why did Cabinet Office Rush through Procurement of Controversial Electoral Services Company Idox Just Before the General Election?
7 January 2020,
David Hencke investigates why Boris Johnson's Government handed out £1.7 million for election management services without a competitive tender.
Could Labour Lead a Progressive Party Conference to Work Out how to Defeat the Dark Johnson-Farage Double Act?
16 December 2019,
With the Tories already planning for a general election in five years, David Hencke looks at their vulnerabilities and the prospects of a progressive counter-attack.
11 December 2019,
David Hencke's guide to the seats to keep an eye on and a few surprises that may be on the way.
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