Peter Geoghegan is editor-in-chief of openDemocracy and author of 'Democracy for Sale'. He can be found on Twitter @PeterKGeoghegan.
Published in: Home: OpinionWhen governments can decide what journalists say, we should all be worried
OPINION: UK National Security Bill is latest in long line of cynical attempts to maintain secrecy and stifle journalism
Published in: Home: OpinionThe rules failed to hold Boris Johnson to account. We need radical change
Government refusal to release ministers’ official pandemic diaries was latest in a litany of transparency failures
Published in: Freedom of Information: InvestigationBoris Johnson refuses to publish his official pandemic diaries
Exclusive: Government blocks release of 18 ministers’ calendars – including those of the PM and Matt Hancock
Published in: Dark Money Investigations: NewsTories have taken £62,000 from Russia-linked donors since war began
The donations include £50,000 from Lubov Chernukhin, who is married to Vladimir Putin’s former deputy finance minister
Published in: Home: NewsLabour accuses Boris Johnson of hiding meetings with Russian oligarchs
Prime minister has failed to publish lists of visitors to his country residence, sparking transparency fears
Published in: Dark Money Investigations: NewsAPPGs scandal: MP reveals how lobby firm tried to use her to influence Parliament
Calls for independent inquiry as SNP’s Alison Thewliss reveals she was asked to set up an All-Party Parliamentary...