The Bureau requested details on the number of Scottish police officers who were subject to complaints of domestic abuse and found none had been convicted
The air war in Afghanistan intensified in August. Whether this trend will continue remains to be seen, with Taliban talks collapsing and Trump's national security advisor out.
The Bureau Local sent volunteers and reporters to exercise their right to see local authority accounts, but soon found obstructions and ignorance of the law
Despite the Bureau revealing that Peterborough council had potentially breached guidelines on selling public assets, the government has decided to take no further action
Salesmen from India's largest pharmaceutical companies told our undercover reporter they encouraged unqualified doctors to prescribe antibiotics, contributing to the global superbug crisis
A former Deutsche Bank trader in London has been charged by German prosecutors for his suspected role in VAT fraud.
We talked to people from one of the most deprived wards in Oxford, a city with a vast gap in life expectancy between rich and poor
Hundreds more Afghan civilians are being killed or injured by US air strikes as the allied forces step up the aerial campaign against the Taliban
After a Bureau investigation into the use of colistin to boost growth in chicken farming, the Indian government has banned the practice
UPDATE: "Queen of binary options" Lee Elbaz whose role was exposed by the Bureau in 2016, convicted on four counts relating to $145m fraud
Bureau fights government in European Court of Human Rights over GCHQ spying on press
A huge cattle ranch business is flouting bans designed to protect the rainforest and selling its cows to the world's largest meat company, our investigation has found
Our data analysis showed that Brazil is exporting tonnes of salmonella-infected frozen chicken to Europe despite its much lower standards
The world's biggest meat company has the power to impact climate change and openly admits to corruption, yet you've probably never heard of it
The Bureau investigated the damage done to the environment by rising ammonia emissions from farms, and the simple steps farmers and government officials can take to prevent it
Led by an expert analysis of how ammonia gas is damaging human health in the UK, we investigated why farms are not taking simple measures to reduce their pollution
Individuals from the north west of England stole vast sums of taxpayers’ money through a series of frauds across Europe.
This is the evidence which helped the Bureau together with the New York Times' Visual Investigations Unit prove the US carried out a strike which locals say killed eleven children
We proved in the face of US denial that its military carried out an airstrike that killed seven children, their mother and four young cousins in Afghanistan