New website opens up government property to the public.
Archive for Maeve McClenaghan
A promise to offer SMEs access to empty government properties has yet to deliver.
Government’s health committee calls for publication of all pharmaceutical trial data.
HRW report on potential crimes against humanity in Nuba, Sudan.
Witness testimonies conflict with the official explanations for the massacre.
The Guardian, BBC Panorama and the ICIJ dig into offshore company ownership.
Read a series of statements responding to current events.
Cruel Britannia: A Secret History of Torture highlights the blood on British hands.
The Marikana massacre inquiry is meant to heal wounds. But is it adding insult to injury?
The Bureau looks at in the inner workings of the UK justice system.
The shooting of miners shocked the world- but what led up to the protest?
Disputes over redundancies lead hundreds of staff to strike.
Imprisonment of 77 year old South African shows the risks of being a foreign doctor in the UAE.
Up to a quarter of a million people on brink of starvation denied food aid in Sudan.
New report reveals ease with which anyone can set up a ‘corporate veil’ shell company.
Goldacre’s latest book unpicks the pharmaceutical industry with blood-boiling results.
European court ruling based on lack of prisoner access to parole.
UN special rapporteur on torture Juan Méndez speaks at Chatham House.
New report charts stories of 40 women who were coerced or forced into sterilisation.