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  • Protect Net Zero from shoddy procurement practices

    We won’t let the drive for Net Zero, one of the most important challenges facing the UK today, become another example of secretive closed-door procurement practices.

    Protect Net Zero from shoddy procurement practices
  • People could have died

    Imagine you’ve been in contact with someone who has Covid. So, you do the right thing and order a PCR test. You are relieved when the test comes back negative – and you continue to take your children to school, go to work, and care for your elderly relatives.

    People could have died
  • New Chair of Charity Commission
    New Chair of Charity Commission
  • Bunzl
    Bunzl
  • Private emails
    Private emails
  • Feathering the Party nest with public money
    Feathering the Party nest with public money
  • £100m+ Contract for Ex-Number 10 Adviser
    £100m+ Contract for Ex-Number 10 Adviser
  • Pork barrel politics

    In every corner of public life, the Tories are or look to be bending the resources of the state to their own private advantage.

    Pork barrel politics
  • Relegating Parliament

    In 1539, Henry VIII gained the right to legislate by decree, enabling him to bypass Parliament altogether. And now Boris Johnson, the man who has already tried and failed to suspend Parliament, is taking further cues on democracy from a Tudor King. 

    Relegating Parliament
  • Saiger Case

    Together with EveryDoctor, we have launched legal proceedings against the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) over the award of a PPE contract to a jeweller from Florida, who had no previous experience supplying PPE.

    Saiger Case
  • Abingdon Health
    Abingdon Health
  • It’s time for an end to cronyism

    Each week it seems another individual secures a role of vital public importance without any advertisement or fair process – and very often that individual has personal and political connections to Government.

    It’s time for an end to cronyism
  • Operation Moonshot
    Operation Moonshot
  • Fight for transparency
    Fight for transparency
  • Procurement Case

    The hearing is now over. We are now waiting for the judgment.

    Procurement Case
  • Money for their mates

    The High Court has now ruled Michael Gove broke the law by giving a contract to a communications agency run by long time associates of him and Dominic Cummings.

    Money for their mates