Outsourcing firm Serco has announced its profits are set to soar after being paid to operate NHS Test and Trace in England.
Greensill Capital has recently provided tens of millions of pounds of British government-guaranteed loans to two companies that employ just 11 people.
Eight people have died at a Glasgow hotel used to shelter the homeless during lockdown.
Undercover cops and MI5 spooks will be given explicit permission in law to commit criminal offences under new law introduced by the Tories.
The US state prepared to use live fire against anti‑racist protesters in Washington, a congressional inquiry has heard
“Pandemic be damned”. That’s the message from Forbes, which calls itself “the defining voice of entrepreneurial capitalism.”
A lobbying and PR firm co-founded by an ally of Dominic Cummings has been given two government contracts without competitive tenders during the pandemic.
The super-rich are buying citizenship in countries with lower coronavirus rates in order to protect their health.
Fifty million face masks purchased by the government from a private equity investment company can’t be used by the NHS because they failed to meet basic safety requirements.
In 2019 the vile slur was spread that the Palestine Solidarity Campaign (PCS) is antisemitic.
A cancer patient has died weighing just three stone after the Department for Work and Pensions stopped her benefits.
There were those who thought a year of Boris Johnson as prime minister would spell disaster.
The government has refused to identify and contact women who could have missed out on over £100 million in state pension payments.
Ghislaine Maxwell is charged with procuring underage girls for Jeffrey Epstein to have sex with, and engaging in sexual activity with them herself.
A major outbreak of coronavirus has been confirmed at a food processing plant where workers had walked out unofficially over safety fears.
The Prime Minister defended Dominic Cummings after his top aid showed him the pictures of whatever it is that he has on Boris Johnson.
Just a few short weeks ago home secretary Priti Patel was showering praise on migrants working in health and social care. Their “extraordinary contribution” would be recognised she said while hinting that the huge fees they must pay to use the NHS would be “reviewed”.
More than 8,000 more people have died at home since the start of the coronavirus crisis than would have done in normal times.
Many parents across England have been unable to access vouchers or meals to support children while schools are closed due to the crisis.
While some headlines focus on lack of safety kit at work or the rising benefit claims, there’s a hidden group of coronavirus victims—the rich.