Inspectors heard hundreds of allegations of threats, wage theft, racism and appalling conditions from seasonal workers at farms across the UK, but nothing was done
Work by TBIJ allows reporting of a case in which the controversial concept of parental alienation was used to counter domestic abuse allegations
A rogue businessman appears to have cheated an Essex council and spent the money on a life of luxury
Migrants on the UK’s rapidly expanding farmworker visa scheme face systematic bullying, abuse and growing debt
A contentious theory is being used as a litigation tool to counter claims of domestic abuse
A TBIJ investigation has revealed the individual voluntary arrangement industry to be a wild west rife with misinformation, hidden fees and murky advertising tactics
Stark figures of those forced to 'self-disconnect' only paint fraction of the picture as cost-of-living crisis takes hold
Three years since the Bureau first investigated, housing benefit rates still fall short across the country
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