BP oil spill: Tate complicit

On Saturday 15 May, the Tate Modern gallery was forced to

Robin Wood protest at Unilever’s General Assembly

Robin Wood activists protested on 12 May during Unilever’s general assembly

Missed Appointments: The Nigerian prince and the UK failed immigration system

Last February The Independent ran a story about a Nigerian prince

Dodgy Development IV: ‘A DFID colony’

  In the last ten years, the British government has given

Dodgy Development V: Power to the people?

The fifth part of Dodgy Development: DFID in India looks at

Arcelor Mittal funds Olympic eyesore

In Spring 2010, London Mayor Boris Johnson unveiled plans for the

Dodgy Development III: A DFID Education

  Richard Whittell and Eshwarappa M’s study of the British Government’s

Offset Credit ‘Recycling’ Causing Waves in Carbon Markets

A major scandal has erupted over the practice of ‘recycling’ offset

Coach parties and deportation: An open letter to WH Tours

Dear WH Tours, We understand that WH Tours is subcontracted by

Alternatives to Corporate Rule: Food and Agriculture

From seed supply, farming machinery, to wholesale and retail distribution, food

Dodgy Development II: Smile for the Camera

  Eshwarappa M and Richard Whittell’s series looking at the role

Mining the Mountain: corruption and ‘cultural genocide’ brought by Vedanta Resources Ltd

Richard Whittell’s research on the role of DFID in India outlines

Protests against Serco in solidarity with Yarl’s Wood hunger strikers

An ongoing mass hunger strike by migrant women detained at Yarl’s

Local fisherman and anti-Shell campaigner jailed for 7 months in County Mayo

A number of key campaigners and activists opposed to Shell’s plans

Dodgy development: DfID in India

India is the biggest single recipient of British aid, with £1