The UK government’s proposal to restrict its Freedom of Information laws have big implications for investigative journalism here and abroad.
Labour leader Ed Miliband on The Andrew Marr Show / BBC Key findings from analysis of non-trade union cash donations to Labour: Questions surrounding series of donations to Labour under name “Martin Taylor”, totalling £591,800 “Martin Taylor” has met Ed Miliband at least … Continued
The Bureau is challenging the UK government over its routine collection of journalists’ communications data.
Pot of honey and Thatcher-signed champagne fetched tens of thousands of pounds at Conservative summer.
Tickets to the Tory party summer ball are considered donations, according to Electoral Commission rules.
Independent review to establish if an ‘unconscious bias’ is hampering investigation of rape allegations.
Alison Saunders says there are worrying variations in the way rape cases are dealt with across the country.
An eight-month investigation into the controversial doctrine reveals data about the extent of its use for the first time.
A Bureau investigation finds increased failings in prosecuting crimes as hundreds of lawyers are cut.
Bureau finds 50% more cases of police-restraint related deaths than recognised by official police body.