This government runs on dirty money. That’s why it’s torching the planet.
Category: corporate power
Pumping water from one messed-up catchment to another solves nothing. We need to fix our problems at source.
The more destructive the business, the more likely it is to enjoy political protection.
Without public consultation, the boundaries of freeports have been expanded to cover much of the country. What does this mean?
Bereavement is bad enough, without a predatory phone company refusing to cancel a dead person’s account.
My Demands of Vodafone
The steps the company should take to change the way it closes accounts.
If the UK government had set out to undermine and degrade our country, it couldn’t have done a better job.
It’s not us the government intends to liberate. It’s the asset strippers, money launderers, property developers and oligarchs on whose behalf it operates.
For Your Eyes Only
The opaque and secretive networks on which Boris Johnson builds his power.
Coronavirus deals worth billions of pounds have been awarded by the government to “unusual” companies, without advertising or competition.
Road to Perdition
How did wildlife groups start collaborating in the destruction of nature?
The government intends to use a US trade deal to bypass democracy, override Parliament and rip down our public protections.
The disastrous collapse of the UK’s pandemic response has been caused by the deliberate evisceration of our health services. Worse is coming.
A Slow-Burning Scandal
The government refuses to act on toxic flame retardants in our bedding and furnishings.
Why are so many nations now led by extravagant buffoons? Because the nature of capitalism has changed.
The Mask of Anarchy
Why disaster capitalists are praying for a no deal Brexit.
You Want It Darker?
The remarkable story of how the hard-right Koch brothers funded a Trotskyite splinter group.
Dark money is undermining our democracies, and it’s never darker than when channelled through lobby groups masquerading as think tanks
Other People’s Money
Make bosses pay for the disasters they cause
How a secretive network built around a Nobel prizewinner set out to curtail our freedoms