Articles predominantly based on historical research, official reports, court documents and open source intelligence.
MPs warn that billions of pounds could be wasted by the opaque tech-focused arm of NHS, reports David Hencke
Islanders forcibly expelled from a British colony in the Indian Ocean have filed charges with the International Criminal Court, reports Steve Shaw
The conditions of the Uyghurs forced to work in factories “strongly suggest forced labour”, Sam Bright reports
Lord James Bethell’s comments appear to validate leaked documents revealing an expedited system of the awarding contracts to “high profile contacts” of the Boris Johnson administration
Nigel Farage has been promoting his £10,000 bet on the US Presidential Election, but are his posts within the rules?
An influential anti-lockdown campaign has links to Nigel Farage’s ‘World4Brexit’ project, reports Sam Bright
Records show that a Conservative MP, paid £100,000 a-year to advise a major healthcare firm, attended a ministerial meeting with that company just days after it was awarded a £133 million Government contract