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Published in: Dark Money Investigations: InvestigationTories rake in £11m from hedge funds and finance tycoons
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George Galloway may have broken election law by failing to file expenses on time
Exclusive: The Workers’ Party candidate has repeatedly accused others of election irregularities over the Batley &...
Only six UK employers prosecuted for paying below minimum wage in six years
Exclusive: ‘Pathetic’ prosecution rate criticised, amid new findings government gave many firms furlough cash...
Shadowy groups face ‘no risk’ for breaking UK election law, experts tell MPs
The UK’s outdated election laws are vulnerable to abuse by third-party campaigning groups with no paper trail, a...
Dozens of Lords accused of ‘shocking lack of transparency’ over financial interests
Exclusive: House of Lords condemned as ‘utterly unaccountable’ as openDemocracy investigation finds scores of peers...
Tory MP reported after breaking ministerial code – again
Exclusive: Lobbying watchdog has referred former transport minister George Freeman to Cabinet Office over failure to...