We found TV Apprentice winner Mark Wright, Harvey Nichols, the UN - and many others - advertising unpaid internships
Our investigation into lobbying in the pharmaceutical industry
Massive variation between different parts of the country on adoption rates
The Bureau looks at how beef in the UK is marketed - and actually reared by some supermarket suppliers
How and why intensive beef farming is spreading throughout the UK
European Court of Human Rights censures Lithuania and Romania
As intensive farming grows, some farmers are bucking the trend. Here's the experience of one.
Investors' group rankings of big meat and fish companies on risk issues
A Bureau investigation reveals that beef farming is moving away from pasture to fattening pens
As campaigners fight for answers over the death of a Windrush pensioner, the Bureau reveals reviews into homeless deaths are rarely happening.
As concern over the use of antibiotics in agriculture grows, one Indian poultry firm is questioned over its PR strategy
Lord Jim O'Neill, who chaired the government's review into superbugs, discusses how we can tackle the crisis
Trump administration considering overturning a key Obama-era policy that sought to make counter-terrorism operations more transparent, even as it ramps them up.
Lord Jim O’Neill wants International Monetary Fund to think about superbugs when carrying out in-country assessments
At least 36 patients suffered nearly untreatable infections in six years, show Public Health England figures
The Bureau launches 'Dying Homeless' project to count deaths on UK streets
Man who helped oversee Pentagon psyops account for PR firm hired to show Qatar’s links with terror
The number of people who are living homeless has increased sharply in the UK. While we hear tragic stories about people who have died while homeless, no-one central body counts how many homeless peopl...
Mother jailed for child cruelty after persuading doctors, including at Gosh, to treat her children for non-existent illnesses