A joint investigation by The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, BBC Panorama and the University of Bath has unearthed thousands of leaked documents that reveal a wide-scale corporate espionage operat...
A joint investigation by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, BBC Panorama and the University of Bath reveals British American Tobacco (BAT) was linked to a conspiracy to pay a bribe of between $30...
The company has been running disguised adverts for its brands, enabling it to bypass social media site rules and national laws on marketing of cigarettes to teenagers and young people
An employee of a Kenyan PR agency working for British American Tobacco (BAT) offered a bribe to a journalist to leak details of the Bureau’s investigation into how the company has targeted young non-s...
The Bureau has found British American Tobacco has attracted a new generation of non-smokers to addictive tobacco and nicotine products marketed as trendy and aspirational
Big Tobacco has launched new menthol flavours of alternative tobacco and nicotine products in the run up to the menthol ban
Data analysed by the Bureau shows that more than a fifth of 15-year-olds in Yorkshire and the Humber regularly vape
The world's largest multinational tobacco company PMI has donated 50 ventilators to hospitals fighting coronavirus in Greece
The New Nicotine Alliance, which calls itself an independent body campaigning for alternatives to cigarettes, has extensive links to a group set up by Philip Morris International
The world's largest multinational tobacco company offered to work with local authorities and schools, despite rules designed to prevent industry influence on public health policy
MPs debated the findings of a Dispatches co-produced by the Bureau that revealed Philip Morris International's proposal for a bill to relax advertising restrictions
The world's largest multinational tobacco company said it wanted to go smoke-free - but it still sells billions of cigarettes every year
Juul has built a network of lobbyists and PR firms as it campaigns for strict laws on nicotine products and advertisements to be relaxed
A screening of a 15-rated film included adverts for Juul, an e-cigarette that can only be sold to adults but is popular with teenagers in the US