The Bureau has discovered there are grave concerns about new tool developed by the Ministry of Justice to determine how prisoners are assigned to different types of prison
The BureauAlgorithms in the police and justice systems have rung alarm bells. We uncovered a new initiative to calculate risk for prisoners and determine their prison conditions. Campaigners are worried about biased assessments of black and ethnic minority inmates.
The Bureau Local sent volunteers and reporters to exercise their right to see local authority accounts, but soon found obstructions and ignorance of the law
The BureauWhat don't councils want us to see? With dozens of volunteers we tried to exercise our legal right to inspect the accounts of local authorities across the country. The results were shocking
Our data analysis has shown that Brazil is exporting tonnes of salmonella-infected frozen chicken to Europe despite its much lower standards
The BureauWhile everyone's clucking on about dangerous chickens…did you know that the UK ships half a million infected birds back to Brazil every year, where they're then sold on to ordinary Brazilians?
The giant investment firm BlackRock has contributed to the climate crisis by investing in a Brazilian meatpacker, JBS, linked to Amazon deforestation.
The BureauFantastic piece from @theintercept digging into the US private equity money behind Amazon cattle ranching. BlackRock has invested millions in JBS, the world's biggest meatpacker, which we investigated earlier this summer
The world's biggest meat company has the power to impact climate change and openly admits to corruption, yet you've probably never heard of it
The BureauThe biggest company you've never heard of. Brazilian meat giant JBS slaughters more than 13M animals each day & makes annual revenue of $50B, despite repeated allegations of deforestation, corruption, slave labour, dirty meat and price fixing: thebureauinvestigates.com/stories/2019-0… #AmazonFire
Two of India’s biggest drug companies are alleged to be giving inducements to “quack” doctors of gifts and cash to encourage antibiotics prescriptions
The BureauMajor international drug companies are giving fridges, TVs and gift cards to 'quack' doctors in India to encourage them to prescribe vast amounts of #antibiotics, undercover reporting reveals - fuelling the rise of deadly #superbugs around the world bit.ly/pharma-reps-pu…pic.twitter.com/aQWmAwNPw9
Libraries, playgrounds, and community centres are being sold by cash-strapped councils, with many using the proceeds to pay for redundancies
The BureauOn a day when £2.1bn extra is announced for #NoDeal planning, a reminder of the thousands of libraries, community centres, care homes & playgrounds lost in recent years as councils struggle to survive in wake of government funding cuts: bit.ly/31cIQmD #soldfromunderyou