Articles predominantly based on historical research, official reports, court documents and open source intelligence.
The Government's inaugural Windrush summit led to a dispute over an absence of Caribbean history on the curriculum, reports Sam Bright
The handing of Coronavirus contracts to companies with questionable experience in providing personal protective equipment in health settings continues
David Hencke explores the implications of one of the most extraordinary Government power grabs he has seen as a political reporter
Stephen Colegrave tries to estimate how many billions the Prime Minister and his Government have wasted in their first year in power
As the EU's chief negotiator warns of a 'no-deal' crash-out, Jonathan Lis assesses whether the chaos is a villainous plot or pure incompetence
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
Sam Bright reveals a new Home Office report that again exposes the eye-watering cost of Brexit
A French-owned company is in bed with both Huawei and the Foreign Office, reports Sam Bright
Stephen Delahunty reports on the Government handing a contract for personal protective equipment to a company which appears to have just £322 net assets
There was little substance to Dominic Raab's statement on Russian interference, explains Henry Dyer.
How Johnson and Trump Transformed Their Countries From World Health Leaders into Coronavirus Disaster Cases
Paul Niland explores how a sudden, wilful populist destruction of institutions dragged the two top-rated countries for global health emergencies to the bottom of the pile
The UK Government's response to COVID-19 has consistently been punctuated by fatal delays, writes Sam Bright.
Sam Bright reports on how two 20-something New Zealanders, allies of Lynton Crosby, were awarded a massive Government COVID-19 campaign contract
EXCLUSIVE SAGEGATE: Government Still Chasing ‘Long-Term Herd Immunity’ Through Recurrent Waves of COVID-19
Analysis of new documents from the Government's Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies shows that the quest for herd immunity, through several waves of the Coronavirus over a number of years, has not gone away
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