Bureau of Investigative Journalism
British Slaughterhouses Are Committing Thousands of Animal Welfare Breaches Every Year
A new report from the Bureau of Investigative Journalism has found that animal mistreatment is taking place an average of 13 times a day in British abattoirs.
The UN Says US Drone Strikes in Yemen Have Killed More Civilians Than al Qaeda
A new report found that US drone strikes have killed as many as 40 Yemeni civilians over the past year, compared to 24 civilians killed in al Qaeda attacks.
'This Isn't Justice, This Child Is Being Terrorized': Meet the UK Teens Facing Deportation to Afghanistan
In the past five years 605 young people who arrived in Britain as unaccompanied teenagers have been forcibly removed. The Bureau of Investigative Journalism heard from some more teens stuck in the system.
The US Hostages Killed in January Are Among 38 Westerners to Die by US Drone Strikes
Barack Obama admitted today that two al Qaeda hostages were killed in a US drone strike in Pakistan in January. Yet they are far from the only Westerners to die in this way.
Developers Are Aggravating the UK's Housing Crisis by Ducking Affordable Home Targets
A new report by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism shows how developers are dodging affordable housing quotas, as their profits explode.
We Can't Properly Debate Drone Casualties Without Knowing The Names of Those Killed
A new report finds that available records show only 4 percent of the people killed by drone strikes in Pakistan can be identified by name as al Qaeda militants.
Don't Ask Who's Being Killed by Drones In Afghanistan
It's all but impossible to find out anything about the many deadly drone strikes launched in Afghanistan — and it's about to get worse.