Mitto AG’s network used to track people via mobile phones, former employees say
Some companies under investigation spend up to 10 times more than the Serious Fraud Office on legal and investigation fees, the Bureau can reveal
The head of the civil justice system in England and Wales intervened after Bureau reporters were repeatedly blocked from public hearings
Bank lobbied to delay key deadline and scrap mandatory science-based targets for 50-bank net-zero alliance
The Bureau has found hundreds of mortgage possession cases in courts since the ban on enforcing home repossessions was lifted – some over as little as £1,000
Japan Tobacco International has been able to work around 2020 ban intended to prevent young people from taking up cigarettes
A 400-mile voyage between two soya superfarms threw up two constants: charred woodland and serious prosperity
For farmers, it is a magic bean that helps pack muscle onto chickens, pigs and cattle. But there are mounting concerns about the expansion of soya farming around the world
Agribusinesses in the global food chain claim they can make soya sustainable, but mounting evidence suggests otherwise
The inside story of how an ambitious global collaboration fell badly short of its lofty goals
Rigid rules on possession orders leave judges unable to take tenant's situation into account
Namibian hospitals were wrongly told that switching to onsite oxygen generator plants could put human life at risk, the Bureau has learned
‘Opaque by design’ system funnelling money from major brands towards dangerous outlets
A joint investigation by The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, BBC Panorama and the University of Bath has unearthed thousands of leaked documents that reveal a wide-scale corporate espionage operat...
A joint investigation by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, BBC Panorama and the University of Bath reveals British American Tobacco (BAT) was linked to a conspiracy to pay a bribe of between $30...
Administrative barriers in at least 10 European countries are blocking access to vital vaccines
As Covid-19 threatens to overwhelm Mexico’s health services, gas companies have spent time, effort and money deterring hospitals from installing cheaper, more reliable on-site oxygen plants
The Bureau’s investigation also found that beef from farmers accused of illegal deforestation was still making its way into global supply chains, including those serving at least two of the world’s bi...