Pharma giant had previously demanded governments put up state assets as collateral for Covid19 vaccine deals
Internal document warns that new system could perpetuate existing biases against certain nationalities
More questions for Thurrock council after judge cites "unsatisfactory" evidence from controversial businessman to whom it gave £420m
The Bureau has identified more than 100 Instagram accounts using the platform to make money through spreading misinformation about Covid-19 and vaccines
Officer has been allowed to continue working unsuspended for three years since allegations were made
An analysis of hundreds of riders’ invoices shows many riders’ earnings per session falling short of minimum wage levels
The Bureau has won its challenge against Thurrock council's refusal to reveal what it has borrowed and where it has invested almost £1bn of public money
An unredacted Pfizer contract with the Dominican Republic shows the company has been given wide-ranging immunity against legal action, meaning it cannot be held liable for problems at any step of its...
Internal reports seen by the Bureau detail health concerns over ‘run down’ sites where hundreds of people have contracted Covid-19
Despite changing its rules after the Bureau found reams of misinformation on its platform, Facebook was still letting popular pages post dangerous false statements about Covid-19 and vaccines
Controversial tech firm Palantir now holds £23m deal to oversee critical data store of patient records
The Bureau has learned that the pharmaceutical giant also insists on indemnity against its own negligence in hardball negotiations with Latin American countries
The Bureau has found British American Tobacco has attracted a new generation of non-smokers to addictive tobacco and nicotine products marketed as trendy and aspirational
An employee of a Kenyan PR agency working for British American Tobacco (BAT) offered a bribe to a journalist to leak details of the Bureau’s investigation into how the company has targeted young non-s...
Company policy against zero-hours contracts falls flat with warehouse workers 'treated like disposable labour'
Almost a million people in the UK depend on outsourced agencies for work, and are left with little hope of justice if something goes wrong
Campaigners call for major grocers to cut ties with controversial Brazilian meat firm JBS
Unequal distribution of Covid-19 vaccines will harm all of us – leaving reservoirs for the virus across the world in which new, potentially more dangerous strains will emerge and spread
The Bureau has found hundreds of pages using monetisation tools designed by Facebook while spreading dangerous misinformation about Covid-19 and vaccines