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Reign of fire: blazes surge on ‘protected’ Amazon land under Bolsonaro

The Bureau tracked cattle supplied by the farmer implicated in this deforestation to abattoirs run by JBS and Marfrig. The Marfrig abattoir has exported beef to ...

Bureau challenges UK government to ensure its spying regime is lawful

The ECHR said intercepting a journalist’s communications data was just as intrusive as a police search of their home or newsroom. It ruled that if intelligence ...

Money-laundering ring pushed $4billion through HSBC

The bank’s investigations team could not follow the Gupta money after it was deposited into the first level of the network, comprised of 203 accounts, because ...

Most GP surgeries refuse to register undocumented migrants despite NHS policy

Too stressed to care: ‘We’re paid as terribly as we’re treated’

Taking time off was also tricky. When I was on leave, the company was on the phone all day long, begging me to cover calls. Caring ...

Revealed: Thousands of care jobs pay below living wage despite promises

Home care workers across Britain are working for less than the real living wage, despite many councils pledging to pay at least that much, according to ...

Sarah Everard’s killer has pleaded guilty, but tough questions remain for police chiefs

Wayne Couzens, the Metropolitan Police officer who abducted Sarah Everard, pleaded guilty to her murder at the Old Bailey today. Couzens, who was arrested five days ...

Justice for sale: how London’s legal system courted the global super-elite

Litigants from post-Soviet states come to the UK for the “good stuff about the system … there is rule of law, there is an independent judiciary ...

The world's hunger for meat is accelerating the rise of superbugs

Covid-19 has also diverted political attention away from antimicrobial resistance, say experts. Progress was being made before the pandemic, albeit patchily, with a series of recent ...

The power of money: how autocrats use London to strike foes worldwide

Hogan Lovells said English law places a “very heavy burden” on any party applying for a freezing order to do so fairly. The law firm added ...

Breakthrough deal to help solve Covid oxygen crisis

Two of the world’s largest oxygen companies, whose high prices and anti-competition practices in Africa were revealed by the Bureau last year, have announced landmark agreements ...

800 sexual misconduct allegations against police in three years

Police forces in England, Scotland and Wales received nearly 800 allegations of sexual misconduct by police officers over three years, including reports of rape and sexual ...

We're hiring: join us as a reporter on our Enablers team

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism is expanding and we are looking for a talented journalist to join our Enablers reporting team. We are hiring reporters to ...

We’re hiring: join us as a junior reporter on our Enablers team

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism is expanding and we are looking for a talented journalist to join our Enablers reporting team. We are hiring reporters to ...

After India: The countries on the brink of another Covid oxygen crisis

Pakistanis are overwhelmingly reliant on private hospitals, where they must pay for cylinders and oxygen. The prices are often well beyond what most families can afford, ...

Explainer: how medical oxygen is made

Oxygen concentrators These are portable, suitcase-sized machines that convert ambient air into oxygen. They are often used by hospitals and clinics in rural areas where roads ...

Tobacco giant JTI placing stealth adverts for its brands on Facebook and Instagram

The world’s third largest multinational tobacco company has been running disguised adverts for its brands on Facebook and Instagram, enabling it to bypass social media site ...

Cameron exploited lobbying loophole to discuss $1bn China fund with Treasury

Rather than simply provide strategic advice to his business partners, Cameron has in some instances taken an active role in lobbying efforts, directly contacting ministers and ...

Pfizer backs down over “unreasonable” terms in South Africa vaccine deal

Yousuf A Vawda, a professor at the University of KwaZulu-Natal’s law school, said: “While Pfizer appears to have dropped its demand on sovereign assets, it has ...

Home Office algorithm to detect sham marriages may contain built-in discrimination

The EIA states that while nationality data is used in the triage process, nationality alone does not determine the outcome. Similarly, age is not a determining ...

High Court Judge questions integrity of businessman behind multi-million pound council deals

“Even if one is to accept Mr Kavanagh’s evidence that the prospectus was not in fact used to raise funds, but only to ‘paper up’ a ...

‘A blueprint for investigative journalism’: how the Bureau worked with riders to investigate Deliveroo

Fran Scaife, driver for Stuart logistics company I think the Ideas Lab was really good, because it brought to light things I wasn’t aware of, and ...

We're hiring: Apply to be our grants fundraiser

Are you an experienced trusts and foundations fundraiser with a great track record of securing and managing grants? Do you enjoy finding creative and proactive ways ...

Instagraft: Covid conspiracy theorists selling silver spray and $50 seawater

Before he tells his followers that the coronavirus vaccine will change their DNA and possibly kill them, Steven Baker sprays himself theatrically using a small bottle ...

We're hiring: Apply to be our US health correspondent

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism is expanding and we are looking for an investigative reporter to join our exciting global health project. We want an enthusiastic ...

We're hiring: apply to be our lead antimicrobial resistance reporter

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism is expanding and we are looking for a talented journalist to join our global environmental reporting team. We are undertaking a ...

We're hiring: apply to be our environment reporter

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism is expanding and we are looking for a talented journalist to join our global environmental reporting team. We are undertaking a ...

Met officer alleged to have violently sexually abused two colleagues

“It broke me” Holly is angry at what she sees as the Met’s failure to adequately deal with concerns that David had been tipped off from ...