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Boris Johnson's Crony Contracts

Byline Times uncovers the scandal of Government procurement contracts during the Coronavirus pandemic.

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EXCLUSIVE Conservative and Vote Leave Links to Remote Learning Firm Set to Become a Government Body

, 17 May 2022
Sascha Lavin investigates the political ties of an online education provider that has won millions in state contracts

‘Bungs’ to Billionaires: Cummings Exposes Johnson’s Cash for Content Scandal

, 11 May 2022
New testimony from the Prime Minister’s former chief aide shows how the free press has been bought by the Government

EXCLUSIVE Hancock Meeting with Tech Giants That Won £1.3 Billion in COVID Contracts Declared 21 Months Late

, 11 May 2022
Sascha Lavin reports on a very belated update to the Department of Health and Social Care’s record of meetings held during the pandemic

Crime and Coronavirus: PPE Fraud Now Subject of Investigation

, 28 April 2022
The Byline Times team reports on the ever-mounting investigations into the Government’s actions during the pandemic

Fraud, Abuse, Waste, Chaos: Official Report Slams Management of UK Borders during Pandemic

, 20 April 2022
David Hencke reports on a damning National Audit Office analysis of the multiple failures of Boris Johnson’s Global Travel Taskforce

EXCLUSIVE ‘Another Shocking Example of Waste’: UK Spends At Least £23.4 Million to Dispose of Unused PPE

, 8 April 2022
The Government has spent billions on PPE from the private sector, and is now spending tens of millions recycling the equipment it doesn’t need, Sam Bright and John Lubbock report

Very Inefficient Process: Watchdog Exposes Government’s PPE Failures

, 29 March 2022
The National Audit Office has produced more shocking statistics on the £13 billion of contracts awarded to personal protective equipment suppliers, reports Sam Bright

EXCLUSIVE Roof Collapsed in Vaccines Manufacturing Centre

, 22 March 2022
Sam Bright investigates the concerns of a whistleblower who says that the UK’s flagship vaccines manufacturing hub is shrouded in secrecy

EXCLUSIVE Firms Employing MPs Won £1.1 Billion in Contracts During Pandemic

, 27 January 2022
Andrew Kersley tracks the public sector deals awarded to companies that have MPs on their payroll

Sajid Javid Signs Off £1 Billion Private Health Windfall as MPs Sound Alarm

, 14 January 2022
The Health and Social Care Secretary has agreed an ‘insurance policy’ with private providers, in breach of Treasury spending guidelines, reports David Hencke

A Portrait of Broken Britain

, 7 January 2022
Sam Bright explores the social, political and economic crises that have been stoked by successive Conservative administrations

EXCLUSIVE Conservative Donors Miss Out on £5 Billion PPE Contract

, 10 December 2021
Most of the Conservative-linked suppliers commissioned at the outset of the Coronavirus pandemic are no longer involved in NHS PPE procurement, Sam Bright reports

Britain’s Superiority Complex Over Corruption is Baseless

, 7 December 2021
Joe Walsh compares the treatment of ministers, when they became embroiled in accusations of cronyism, in the UK and South Africa

The Conservative Cash Carousel and Socialism for the Rich

, 29 November 2021
Sam Bright and Peter Jukes analyse what looks to be a new economic and ideological form of Conservatism, far removed from its former free market foundations

EXCLUSIVE Minister Asked to Correct ‘Misleading’ Claim About COVID Contracts

, 22 November 2021
A minister has been accused of making statements that are “categorically not true” in an attempt to defend the Government, Sam Bright reports

EXCLUSIVE The Conservative Party’s Private Healthcare Patrons

, 12 November 2021

How Political Corruption Works in the UK

, 8 November 2021

Government Procurement and the Lack of Trust

, 6 August 2021

Selective Sleaze: The Crescendo of the Cronyism Crisis

, 25 June 2021
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