The Trouble Maker
At least 43,000 people may have been wrongly given a negative Covid-19 test result, the UK Health Security Agency has said.
A woman firearms officer was victimised by Police Scotland colleagues in a “horrific” workplace culture condemned as an “absolute boys’ club”, an employment tribunal found last week.
Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group, which owns Sports Direct, rammed a £100 million bonus scheme through its annual general meeting, despite even shareholders revolting.
When an energy firm goes under, every other household in Britain is left paying the cost for a new firm to take on its customers.
A BBC Panorama investigation has found evidence that suggests one of Britain’s biggest companies paid a bribe to the former Zimbabwean leader Robert Mugabe.
The US military lied about the murderous drone strike that killed ten people in the last days of its retreat from Afghanistan.
Two Tory rogues from the past are embroiled in a row over political influence over contracts.
London’s golf courses make up an area larger than the borough of Brent and there is enough space on publicly owned courses to house 300,000 people, according to new research.
The government has been forced to say it will publish all the names of companies that received PPE contracts after being referred into a fast-track “VIP lane” by ministers.
A former British diplomat has said he is “convinced” there was “military intelligence exploitation” of a British Airways flight that landed in Kuwait during the Iraqi army’s 1990 invasion, which led to the capture and mistreatment of nearly everyone on board,
A secret club for major Tory donors has been holding regular meetings and calls with prime minister Boris Johnson and the chancellor Rishi Sunak.
A report into the disgraced financier Lex Greensill’s relations with the government has only mildly criticised former Tory prime minister David Cameron—and handily blamed someone who is dead.
Top drug companies have been found guilty of increasing the price of a life-saving steroid treatment by more than 10,000 per cent and paying rivals to stay out of the market.
Southern Water was fined a record £90 million last week for deliberately dumping billions of litres of raw sewage into protected seas over several years for its own financial gain.
At least 16 individuals with close ties to the Tories, including donors, peers and former MPs, have been given lucrative oversight jobs in key Whitehall departments.
Four Saudis who participated in the 2018 killing of columnist Jamal Khashoggi received paramilitary training in the United States the previous year under a contract approved by the US State Department.
Did it happen in Britain? A French court has ordered Ikea to pay a fine of £860,000 after the furniture chain was found guilty of spying on staff.
Tory cabinet minister Michael Gove broke the law when the government handed a £560,000 Covid-19 contract to a business he had “personal connections” with.
Britain’s biggest care home operator raised fees for residents in the pandemic while funnelling cash to its super-rich owners.
Home secretary Priti Patel faces fresh questions over lobbying to help her former adviser land multimillion pound PPE deals.