Articles tagged "transparency"
Unethical Migrant Website Set up by UK Home Office
Site offering supposedly independent advice is part of a £23,000 government social media campaign
Boris & Tories Refuse to Reveal How Many Times Contact Tracing Turned off on Covid-19 App
Tory government admits it has data but is blocking release, prompting speculation that figure is embarrassing
PPE Scandal: Next Week’s Hearing in the United Kingdom
On Tuesday 18 May 2021, the Good Law Project's legal challenge to the PPE procurement scandal will be heard in the High Court. It’s the first day of a mammoth 5 day hearing.
Body with Power to Suspend MPs Could Investigate Boris Johnson
Boris Johnson has repeatedly refused to be open, honest or transparent with the donations and gifts he receives from either extremely wealthy individuals or Conservative party donors
Dominic Cummings' Pals no Competition Contract Award to be Heard in Court
Award of Covid-19 contracts are genuine public interest issues, says court. Tory government looses argument for second time.
UK Tory Government Departments Breaking Guidance on Conflicts of Interest
A number of Tory controlled Government departments are failing to follow official guidance on the declaration of board members’ conflicts of interest
Contracts handed to UK Conservatives
In this case Government's apparent amnesia when it comes to its legal obligations has prevented timely public scrutiny of a multi-million pound direct award to a Tory party member and donor
Going to Court for Tory Government's Award of Contracts to Abingdon Health for Rapid Antibody Tests
Abingdon Health has been marred by controversy since the very beginning, with Government suppressing reports that raised the alarm around the effectiveness of the tests.
Tory's Pork Barrel Politics
These are the building blocks for a one-party state. Nothing less than democracy is at stake.