Revealing the true ownership of British land and property, to which the PM says he aspires, will discomfit some well-connected and generous names.
OPEN JUSTICE, CLOSED MINDS
Why former undercover agent Martin McGartland, shot by the IRA, will have to have his claim against the government heard in secret.
The expert witness police found on Google and who gave ‘shocking and unscientific’ evidence that led to a man’s conviction for manslaughter.
Shetland islanders whose runway was washed away by storms could be even more out of pocket as different arms of government row over the repair bill.
MP Margaret Hodge joins the battle to help two sisters discover the truth about their mother’s death on an understaffed Essex hospital ward.
E-GIVING AND TAKING
The National Funding Scheme, launched by the coalition in 2012, posts feeble results and is the worst possible way to donate to the arts, say critics.
The government backs Silent Secret, a confessional app for troubled teens, which is potentially a lot less anonymous than its name suggests.