A Bureau analysis has found Britain’s major housebuilding firms are making multi-billion pound profits at the same time they argue they cannot meet affordable housing targets.
The Bureau spoke to dozens of people across the UK who had been targeted by a range of different companies. Many people have had money taken off their credit cards without consent.
Revenue from casino punters in London shifted out of the capital.
International arbitration courts are where companies sue countries and lawyers get rich.
Frontex director Fabrice Leggeri (left) and European Commission official Dana Spinant at House of Lords committee Frontex, the EU’s external border agency, is being given a 54% budget rise next year...
Member states failing to supply the EU’s border agency with border guards.
As member states struggle to respond to the migration crisis, the Bureau investigates the European Union’s external border agency.
Heavyweight political backing for transparency comes after Bureau debate on the secret system used by developers to reduce affordable housing.
Documents analysed by the Bureau reveal the inside story of how affordable housing was scrapped on a massive building scheme next to the O2 ‘Millennium Dome’ in Greenwich
The inside story of how big business worked with lobbyists to influence the EU in drawing up controversial trade secrets proposals.
Developer set to make £600m before it builds more than 20% affordable.
Europe’s elite scientists pile pressure on Jean-Claude Juncker.
Leaked guidance to Europe’s finance ministers shows research and science likely to be hit.
Powerful political pressure wielded to protect Jean-Claude Juncker.
Surging builders’ profits come as affordable housing numbers at eight year low.
New European anti-corruption directive agreed last night.
Campaigners and journalists will have to pass “public interest test” to access beneficial ownership information according to leaked draft anti-money laundering directive.
A generation is priced out of the housing market. So why is the UK building fewer affordable homes?
EU president appears to put key anti-corruption measure in jeopardy in letter sent to Bureau.