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EXCLUSIVE Minutes of Boris Johnson Meeting with Cambridge Analytica ‘Would Directly Undermine Trust Between the UK and US’
UK-US relations would be harmed by the details of Johnson’s summit with the now-disgraced data firm, an independent regulator has concluded
Met Commissioner Sir Mark Rowley tells the London Assembly's Police and Crime Committee of the worrying rates of criminal cases against Met officers, Sian Norris reports
John Williams Ntwali joins a list of critics who have died or disappeared in Rwanda
Buried in the High Court judgment which found the Rwanda scheme to be lawful are claims that LGBTQ+ and Middle Eastern asylum seekers have faced discrimination
‘Farcical’: Government Slammed for Pledging Millions in ‘Levelling Up’ Funding to Tackle Dover Brexit Queues
Money promised to deprived areas after Brexit is instead being used to deal with the aftershocks of leaving the EU, reports Sam Bright
A new report has identified how high-powered Russian individuals in Government and business are responsible for human rights violations, Byline Times reports
EXCLUSIVE Scandal of the Moonlighting MPs: Conservatives Take Jobs Worth £700,000 Working for Party Donors
The Labour Party told Byline Times there is 'no reason why a serving constituency MP needs to make thousands and thousands of pounds as a consultant or by lobbying on behalf of businesses'
EXCLUSIVE Special Investigation: The Vested Private Interests Behind Westminster’s Influential Lobbying Groups
Sam Bright investigates a murky aspect of our political system, where landlords fund private rental research and fossil fuel firms donate to environmental groups
A number of Conservative candidates appear to have suddenly dropped the party’s blue branding, reports Max Colbert
EXCLUSIVE Senior Government Figures Meet with Lobbying Group Funded by Private Healthcare while NHS Crisis Continues
Sam Bright reports on the influence held by a parliamentary lobbying group backed by private health interests
The links between Brazil's far-right leaders and the US Stop The Steal activists suggest a globally-connected movement determined to attack democracy, reports Sian Norris
Some on the right are using the current NHS crisis to suggest a different health system is required – but how much of this is built on fact?
Sam Bright examines the contribution of Brexit to our current healthcare crisis
Big energy companies are piling money into increasingly inefficient oil and gas investments, reports Thomas Perrett
The controversial practice of snaring will now be considered in the heart of power, writes Stuart Spray
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