Lord Stevens hosts event for private forensics firm in peers’ dining room.
Worrying suggestions in Parliament for a reform of whistleblower rights
Despite efforts to keep data safe, the Coalition is still reporting thousands of losses.
The Financial Services Authority says it would take too long to compile a list.
Iris recognition system introduced to speed up passport control a costly flop.
The Bureau explores the use of private accounts by government ministers.
Unanswered questions over the ownership of an elaborate holiday palace.
Putin’s professional past continues to haunt him as President.
Details of MPs’ expenses, The Lord of the Rings and Ken Livingstone’s surname have all been edited.
First return of a Gaddafi asset to Libya paves way for worldwide hunt.
The Bureau unearths some of the wackier Wikipedia edits by House of Commons.
The chair of the body that oversees the UK’s spies on limiting intelligence material in court
Sensitive personal details unwittingly published by councils.
Andrew Lansley’s special adviser worked for PR firm with food and health interests.