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Nine companies who bagged massive contracts through the unlawful VIP lane have gone on to build empires on mountains of equipment deemed unfit for use in the NHS.
The Government’s own assessments of its net zero strategy show an administration that is already failing in the fight against the climate crisis, says Caroline Lucas.
The Tory VIP lane was a high road to cronyism, says Henry Marsh.
For nine months, the Government has been fighting to keep its assessments of the risks surrounding its climate plans in the dark. It’s not hard to see why.
The Tories can’t be trusted with reaching the UK’s climate targets, so we’re heading back to the High Court to make them come clean.
Almost three quarters of the contract between the tech giant and the NHS is completely blanked out. It’s time to see what it’s hiding.
We exposed how the Government was selling off £135m of unused ventilators at a knock-down price. Now a charity is buying them up to put them to good use.
The Government’s new rules are blocking a registered voter from exercising her democratic rights. We’re challenging these biased regulations before it’s too late.
We’re fighting to stop political parties misusing voter data. It’s no surprise the Conservatives wanted to keep their response to our challenge under wraps.
The Conservative Party claims we can’t publish its response to our legal challenge over its voter data grab. But – unless they injunct us – we’re going to go ahead and share it anyway.
Can a political party rule its legal letters are confidential and bound by copyright? The Tories want to keep what they really think under wraps.
Fervent prayers for ‘the Conservative Party’ and a promise to ‘follow up!’ How Michael Gove’s emails greased the wheels of Unispace’s £679m PPE deals. with Russell Scott
The latest round of North Sea oil and gas licenses is bad news for the future of our planet, but good news for the profit forecasts of a Tory donor’s company.
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.