Leaked documents provide a colourful behind-the-scenes account of a massive carbon credit fraud that stretched across Europe
We found TV Apprentice winner Mark Wright, Harvey Nichols, the UN - and many others - advertising unpaid internships
Revenue from casino punters in London shifted out of the capital.
Former Just Solutions International staff at Ministry of Justice join new consultancy firm to help sell prison and justice expertise in private sector
International arbitration courts are where companies sue countries and lawyers get rich.
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.
EU president appears to put key anti-corruption measure in jeopardy in letter sent to Bureau.
City regulator finds many traders rip off clients through the most basic financial services function.
Further improvements are needed at an NHS contractor branded “unsafe” for failing to deliver medication to thousands of critically ill patients on time, the latest inspection by the pharmacy watchdog...
Move follows Bureau investigation into NHS contractor’s failures to deliver drugs on time.
Problems at NHS contractor leaves thousands of patients frightened and confused.
Tech giants make return on offshore cash-pile.
The story of how the Danone campaign developed.
The multi-national food giant Danone has been accused of misleading mothers with a controversial marketing campaign that warned they might not be providing enough breast milk.
HMRC’s four non-executive directors have extensive links with big business.
Private Eye reports on what lobbyists get up to at conference.
G4S was warned about an unstable employee days before he killed two colleagues in Iraq.
The satirical magazine asks if Virgin service was really any good.