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EXCLUSIVE SAGEGATE – Part Three: Cummings and Johnson Defied Scientific Advisors by Lifting Restrictions Without Robust Track and Trace
The third part of Nafeez Ahmed's investigation shows how public health was sacrificed to ideology as the lockdown was eased
With lockdown restrictions being eased, how can people make 'common sense' decisions around the Coronavirus risk in their area if accurate data is being kept from them?
David Hencke reports on the radical moves to undermine parliamentary democracy by Boris Johnson's chief advisor and the Cabinet Office Minister
Almaz Ohene reports on how real-life structures of oppression are being replicated online through automated moderation and censorship
In the week her Twitter account was suspended, Otto English looks back on how the mainstream media and the tabloid press paved Katie Hopkins' path to the extremes
Paul Dempsey shows how ‘big data’ cannot replace ‘no data’ and that the UK’s centralised plan to combat the Coronavirus was flawed at the outset
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
CJ Werleman reports on a case being brought against the social media giant by The Gambia to uncover who was involved in Myanmar's mass murder of its Muslim minority
Kyle Taylor shares the recommendations of a new report focused on solutions to keep democratic processes going during crises such as the Coronavirus outbreak.
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.