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The handing of Coronavirus contracts to companies with questionable experience in providing personal protective equipment in health settings continues
Sam Bright tracks the global expansion of data mining company Palantir during the Coronavirus pandemic
Stephen Delahunty reports on former Chancellor Phillip Hammond's new job advising Riyadh as British arms sales to the Gulf kingdom increase
With the Labour Opposition calling for RT’s license to be revoked, John Sweeney investigates whether the Government minister responsible has a conflict of interest
Otto English compiles the epic accomplishments of Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson, during his first year as Prime Minister
Phone hacking was used to probe Hughes' sexual orientation after he’d been blackmailed by The Sun with illegally-obtained information, reports Byline Investigates Editor Graham Johnson
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
Sam Bright tracks the rise of Topham Guerin, the New Zealand 'propaganda pair' in charge of the UK Government's online Coronavirus communications
With its calls for an inquiry into Russian interference in Brexit, Peter Jukes reports on why the Prime Minister wanted to suppress the Intelligence and Security Committee's report and what it reveals about Putin's ongoing war on the West
Sam Bright explains how Brexiters are desperately trying to warp the findings of the Intelligence and Security Committee's long-awaited report into Russian influence in British political and public life
Tommy Walker speaks to pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong about their future in the city, following the imposition of China's draconian national security law
The abuses in Leicester's fast fashion factories were known for years before COVID-19 highlighted them again. So why was nothing done?
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.