Dataset: The financial details of the companies analysed.
Archive for Rachel Oldroyd
High street banks and US companies have financed payday loans.
A Bureau investigation reveals a hugely profitable and rapidly growing sector.
Profiles of some of the leading high cost lending companies.
The scale of Britain’s housing crisis visualised.
Methodology: How the Bureau compiled its data on homelessness.
Benefit claimants should not be able to live in areas others can’t afford, says housing minister.
Uprooted and vulnerable: The true cost of homelessness in Britain.
In an exclusive interview, the parents of Mohamed Sakr speak out about his killing.
System revealed by the Bureau described as ‘not compatible with British justice’.
Under the coalition government 16 people have been stripped of their British citizenship – and 2 were then killed by drones.
An inquiry into the nature of the Bureau’s involvement in a Newsnight programme.
Statement relating to the north Wales child abuse story.
James Lee issues a statement regarding the resignation of Iain Overton.
Ongoing inquiry by Trustees of the Bureau into BBC Welsh Abuse story.
Statement from the Trust of the Bureau of Investigative Journalism.
Abuse victim issues apology after mistaken identity.
A Bureau investigation exposes deals that let serious criminals escape long sentences.
Bureau’s work on drones deemed ‘the best available’.
Bumper harvest leaves Zambian government struggling to cope.