In an unusual move, Murdoch's famously anti-union newspapers have given column-space and editorial backing to one particular trade unionist's leadership campaign.
The Home Office backed the creation of a police special unit to infiltrate trade unions, Black power, women's liberation and even children's rights groups.
Exclusive: Dido Harding was appointed to lead NHS Test and Trace in May, but didn't stop working for Mind Gym – founded by a friend of David Cameron – until October, company documents show.
Campaigners are warning that the US serves as a warning of how lobbyists could try to undermine the NHS.
UHS is happy to make money out of the NHS, but doesn't want Americans to have universal healthcare.
The Labour leadership contender's office accepted money from a developer behind a number of controversial developments.
Conservative candidate Sally Ann Hart claimed workers with disabilities are happy to work for low pay. An unearthed speech shows Iain Duncan Smith made similar remarks.
"It is worth asking whether it is time for the relationship between individuals and their own contribution to their healthcare to be considered."
VICE reveals that the think tank behind a controversial report into the protest group has taken money from energy companies.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said he wants to “create more porous borders into the NHS” for business innovators. Partnerships like those with Amazon Alexa are only the beginning.
He thinks politics needs a shake up.
The non-exec chairman of Fujitsu UK gets a concessional rate to join the PM and other top Tories for dinner.