Tech, Data and Algorithms
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.
Stephen Yaxley-Lennon's former producer explains why sexual fears of non-white foreigners are being used to aggravate racial tensions in the UK.
With the Government mounting an unprecedented defence of the unelected chief advisor, Peter Jukes tries to work out what makes him so indispensable.
Former BBC producer Patrick Howse considers the different approaches of Laura Kuenssberg and Emily Maitlis and what this tells us about the state of the public service broadcaster.
The track record of the Prime Minister's chief advisor – under fire for breaking lockdown rules – has proved him to be anything but transparent, writes Iain Overton.
Stephen Delahunty reports on concerns about credit agencies being used by health bodies when processing patient data.
18-year-old student Daisy Davidson explains the thinking behind a website she set up to chronicle people's feelings of the Coronavirus crisis around the world.
David Hencke reports on revelations from the National Audit Office over massive IT spending and the unaccountable role of NHSX.
EXCLUSIVE WHITEHALL ANALYTICA – THE AI SUPERSTATE: Part 2 – Is COVID-19 Fast-Tracking a Eugenics-Inspired Genomics Programme in the NHS?
Nafeez Ahmed explores the troubling implications and assumptions of the Government's AI-driven gene programme
EXCLUSIVE WHITEHALL ANALYTICA – THE AI SUPERSTATE: Part 1 – The Corporate Money Behind Health Surveillance
The first part of Nafeez Ahmed's major investigation into the money, men and motivation behind a massive move into medical data.
Azfar Shafi examines how the conflation of security and public health, as the COVID-19 pandemic unfolds, has the potential to hollow out our public services to an extent not seen before.
With the UK faltering out of lockdown, former MP Paul Farrelly looks at searching questions the Government faces over trust and competence as it rolls out its home-grown COVID-19 Tracker App.
CJ Werleman explores the Tesla CEO's contribution to discussions around the Coronavirus crisis and why his need for personal recognition in such times is dangerous.
WHITEHALL ANALYTICA: NHSX Contact Tracing App — Management Outsourced to Private Company and to be Accessed Overseas
David Hencke explores COVID-19 contracts worth £8m handed out by the UK Government for its controversial centralisation of personal data.
Dr John Ashton, a former director of public health, provides his regular update on the UK's Government's Coronavirus response and the need for real local testing and tracing.