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Animal farming & COVID-19: from China’s wildlife trade to the European fur industry

We look at COVID-19’s potential origins in intensive animal farming, and

MSC: a profile of one of Europe’s worst polluters

The European Network of Corporate Observatories, of which Corporate Watch is

Waterstones paying millions to US ‘vulture fund’ owners while denying staff living wage

Waterstones staff are demanding to be paid the living wage. Management

Deliveroo: where’s the money?

Deliveroo is one of the UK’s most valuable tech firms yet

Virgin Company Profile

Founded and owned by serial chancer Richard Branson, the Virgin brand

Three companies, three pay rises: talking tactics with a courier union

Mags Dewhurst from the Independent Workers Union of Great Britain (IWGB)

Byron Burgers

Byron Burgers sending millions to owners offshore while workers are deported

Palestinian solidarity for parents

Demolition of a home in East Jerusalem, as depicted by a

Controversial courier company sending millions offshore to owners

UPDATE 06/01/16: After mounting pressure from couriers, Citysprint have agreed to

An insider’s account of the Sainsbury’s AGM

Campaigners protesting outside the Sainsbury’s AGM at the QE2 conference centre

Open letter to Sainsbury’s shareholders

Corporate Watch urges you to pressure the Sainsbury’s management to listen

Workers paid below the minimum wage in the Israeli settlement of Na’ama

During January 2013, Corporate Watch conducted interviews with Palestinians who work

Oxfam’s PR firm helping to greenwash Sodastream

UPDATE 09/04/2014 – Response from Oxfam America: Oxfam claims that “Fenton

To pay or not to pay: Asda and Argos choose workfare over work

The campaign against workfare has claimed some major successes over the

Riots in Bristol against Tesco and police repression

An attack on the radical community of Stokes Croft in Bristol