Council spends more on homelessness than it saves on welfare clampdown.
Signature strikes and CIA control of Pakistan drones likely until 2014, documents suggest
Vietnamese-born man accused of militant training loses Court of Appeal case.
Hanane Toumi and her family work and study in Westminster but now commute from Brent.
A £90m bed and breakfast bill for UK’s 12 largest cities.
Those who experience the housing maelstrom first-hand speak out.
With three children and a baby on the way Zara Mahamat just wants a stable home.
The scale of Britain’s housing crisis visualised.
Dataset: The Bureau’s research into the extent and cost of housing upheaval.
Methodology: How the Bureau compiled its data on homelessness.
A-star students fail to make the grade when they are moved away, say teachers.
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.
Theresa May continues to use powers of exile as total citizenship-stripping orders hits 23.
‘Landmark’ judgment calls for Pakistani government to act against US drone strikes.
Comments come days after human rights groups wrote to Obama over drones.
Leaked intelligence documents provide insight into Pakistan drone strikes.
In an exclusive interview, the parents of Mohamed Sakr speak out about his killing.
Official Pakistan estimate closely matches Bureau’s drone data.
System revealed by the Bureau described as ‘not compatible with British justice’.