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A federal agency warned US consumers ‘not to purchase or use’ certain tests by the firm, days before the UK purchased devices worth hundreds of millions, Sam Bright reports
Professor Susan Michie, from the Government's SAGE advisory committee, tells Adam Bienkov that the Government's response to the new variant could cost thousands of lives.
EXCLUSIVE Newspapers Accepted Money to Publish Positive Environmental Stories About Saudi Arabia Around COP26 Climate Change Summit
A special investigation by Byline Times raises concerning questions about editorial independence and transparency at the Independent and Evening Standard newspapers
Analysis from the Byline Intelligence Team reveals a large gender pay gap when it comes to secondary incomes in Parliament
EXCLUSIVE Only Nine Convictions for Facilitators of Small Boat Trafficking in 2021 – Despite Priti Patel’s Rhetoric
New figures contradict the Home Secretary’s promise to clamp down on people smuggling, reports Sam Bright
These ‘charitable’ institutions in receipt of substantial tax breaks have seen their wealth burgeon in recent years, reveal Sascha Lavin and Iain Overton
As Sewage Discharge Doubles, Conservative MPs Represent More than Half of the UK's Most Polluted Waters
A report which shows an 87.6% increase in sewage notifications since last October also reveals the pollution of Britain's rivers and seas is disproportionately affecting Conservative voting seats
Companies that were channelled through the Government’s controversial high-priority PPE procurement process have seen their earnings significantly increase
David Hencke reports on two committees that condemn the shift of power away from Parliament to ministers through the use of ‘skeleton bills’ and statutory instruments
Duncan Campbell on another victim of a corrupt police sergeant who framed young black men in the 1970s
EXCLUSIVE The Non-Disclosure Agreements Hiding University Partnerships with State-Backed Chinese Tech Firms
Max Colbert explores how UK universities are bound to secrecy over their links to controversial Chinese companies
Is the United Kingdom facing a refugee, population or migration crisis? Andrew Levi takes a look at the facts, and concludes the real crisis is in the leadership of the country
What is in the new Health and Social Care Bill? How will it change the NHS and what do those changes mean? And what's missing from the Bill? Read on to find out...
A minister has been accused of making statements that are “categorically not true” in an attempt to defend the Government, Sam Bright reports
That these potential conflicts of interest are not cited by the Government when information about grants, contracts or meetings is publicly released raises concern, reports Sam Bright