Tycoon whose company benefited from state pipeline contract now awaits UK government approval for billion-pound construction project
Thurrock council poured taxpayers' millions into energy company that used cash to set up credit business
A security vulnerability in phone technology is being exploited by private intelligence companies via small networks in Jersey and Guernsey
An investigation has found evidence of phone intrusions by private intelligence companies in more than 60 countries. How did we get to this point?
The Facebook CEO's threat can be revealed by the Bureau after a two-year fight to make notes from the meeting in 2018 public
Britain’s leading supermarkets and fast food outlets are selling chicken fed on soya that has been linked to vast deforestation and thousands of fires across a vital region of tropical woodland
It's a controversial corporate giant that transformed how we eat and has the global food industry in its grip. So why haven't we heard of it?
Emergency legislation is being used to target and abuse LGBTQ+ and HIV-positive people around the world. Here are their stories
How new pandemic rules were used to justify a violent raid on an LGBTQ+ homeless shelter in Uganda
Boris Johnson’s chief adviser had a vision of government by data. But when the pandemic gave him a chance to remake the British state, he flunked it
Thurrock council, which borrowed millions from other councils to invest in solar energy, is now relying on government money from the Public Works Loan Board to repay its lenders
The case revolves around a deal for 19 solar farms between Toucan Energy Holdings, owned by Liam Kavanagh, and Wirsol, an energy business
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism is going to a tribunal to force Thurrock council to release key details of how it has invested huge sums of taxpayers’ money
Rockfire Capital, the company at the centre of the Bureau’s investigation into Thurrock council’s investment spree, has gone into voluntary liquidation just as another business owned by the same man f...
KPMG has refused to sign off Spelthorne council's accounts and suggested it could take the local authority to court over borrowing and investments in commercial property
HSBC failed to investigate warnings of a major fraud after an heiress accused her businessman father of draining millions from trust funds
The Bureau’s investigation raises serious questions over Jersey’s ability to adequately police its finance industry
Tracy (name changed) told the Bureau her ex-partner used his connections in the police and his knowledge of the law to have her repeatedly arrested
The Bureau's founder Elaine Potter mourns a giant in the world of news who had long been one of the Bureau's greatest champions and supporters