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Dawn Butler challenged Rishi Sunak over his pary’s tool to capture voter data at Prime Minister’s Questions. And now the Tories are on shaky ground.
Excalibur Healthcare bagged a contract for ventilators at £50,000 each. Now the Tories are flogging thousands of the same model – never used – for a starting price of as little as £100 each. By Russell Scott
The Government has made it harder to generate power from wind than from incinerators. We’re taking legal action to help spark a revolution in renewable power.
The Government has been refusing to publish its assessment of its failing green strategy for months. It’s time to make them come clean.
The Tories have launched an online tool that breaks privacy law. We’re launching a legal challenge to protect our data rights.
Firms that bagged massive contracts have now stopped trading, meaning that hundreds of millions of pounds spent on unusable PPE is likely to be unrecoverable. by Max Colbert
The water industry promised to publish its plan to tackle its sewage dumping by summer 2023. Four months on, it still hasn’t materialised. So we’ve demanded answers.
Housing Minister, Lee Rowley, accepted a £5,000 donation from Palantir’s Executive President for UK and Europe just a few months after the spy-tech giant landed its controversial £330m data contract with NHS England.
Our legal challenge forced HMRC to abandon a sweetheart deal that costs the public purse £420m a year. Now Keir Starmer wants to enforce the law so he can fund child mental health services.
Scottish Ministers were keeping details of the climate impact of their £26bn infrastructure plan under wraps. Now Good Law Project and the Environmental Rights Centre for Scotland have won a promise to publish them.
NHS England has confirmed that it will investigate whether Palantir violated the terms of its contract to run the Federated Data Platform, after the tech giant covertly launched an influencer campaign which targeted Good Law Project.
A year after cross-party MPs joined Good Law Project to request an investigation, new facts about climate denial charity the Global Warming Policy Foundation make an inquiry all the more urgent.
Social media influencers give us the inside story of a campaign to discredit Good Law Project over the concerns we have raised about the award of a huge NHS data contract to tech giant, Palantir.
Leaked emails reveal that the tech giant Palantir has hired Topham Guerin to pay influencers to attack Good Law Project on social media – but the source of the money is to be kept ‘confidential’.
Lord Chadlington, a former adviser to David Cameron, was behind ‘interesting’ £50m VIP lane deal for hand gel and gowns, more than half of which was unusable. The wasted money may never be recovered. by Max Colbert
The newspaper has spent thousands of pounds defending legal action from Michelle Mone over its coverage of the PPE Medpro scandal. Now we’re going to get it back.