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The Cost of Misery: Rising Millions in the Bibby Stockholm Fiasco

A Home Office response to Freedom of Information requests submitted by Corporate Watch reveals some of the staggering costs associated with the UK government’s scandal-ridden attempts to house vulnerable asylum seekers aboard a ‘floating prison’ off the Dorset coast....

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The National Wealth Service: NHS Privatisation Timeline

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The National Wealth Service: Privatisation Profiteers

This is the first in a series of three articles investigating

Who’s arming Israel? Mapping UK sites linked to Israeli state terror 

This is the first part of a project naming and locating

It’s time to Make Amazon Pay: how you can take action on Black Friday

Amazon is one of the world’s largest companies and a high-tech

Beyond Divestment: BP & Shell show fossil fuel divestment campaigns aren’t working

In our second investigation into BP and Shell’s shareholders in collaboration

The Cost of Misery: Rising Millions in the Bibby Stockholm Fiasco

A Home Office response to Freedom of Information requests submitted by

Bristol City Council & Goram Homes forcing Traveller evictions

Bristol City Council is planning to imminently force members of the

Carbon Cash Machine: What if BP & Shell dividends were used for the common good?

As part of our investigation with Queen Mary University’s Centre for Climate Crime and

Carbon Cash Machine: meet the investors running – and destroying – our world

As part of our investigation with Queen Mary University’s Centre for

Carbon Cash Machine: charting the payouts to BP and Shell shareholders

In collaboration with Queen Mary University’s Centre for Climate Crime and

Research Fellowship: The National Wealth Service

Update 5/3/23: Please note applications are now closed. Thank you to

Research Against Racism: investigating companies that sustain structural inequalities

Update 5/3/23: Please note applications are now closed. Thank you to

‘Floating Prisons’: The 200-year-old family business behind the Bibby Stockholm

Bibby Line Group Limited is a UK company offering financial, marine

Podcast: Deportation profiteers

Corporate Watch was recently interviewed by the Civil Fleet podcast to