Top stories in the latest issue:
From closing statements, to the conflicting evidence of expert pathologists, a full report on the second inquest into the death of army recruit Cheryl James.
FINE BY THEM…
Too few regulators in the British Virgin Islands, Caymans and elsewhere mean pledges to reveal who really owns what offshore are just a charade.
TAX IS FOR LITTLE (ELDERLY) PEOPLE…
The authorities may be useless at catching big tax evaders, but woe betide you if you’re a 96-year-old care home resident who’s never dodged a penny.
Campaigners won’t lament the departure of Scotland’s chief prosecutor as they continue to fight for justice for the one man convicted for the bombing.
Why no one should have been too surprised by the chaos that ensued when private firm Coperforma won a patient transport contract in Sussex.
PFEYE: A REPEAT OFFENDER
Why George Osborne’s national infrastructure plan’s reliance on PFI Mark II is set to repeat costly fiscal blunders of the past.
The closure of 17 Edinburgh schools due to storm damage is a reminder of who picks up the bill when private finance initiative deals go wrong.
More than a quarter of the specialist ‘studio schools’ set up by the coalition have already closed – yet more are due to open, despite the warnings.
A KING’S RANSOM
Why the finance director of King’s College London wants to keep the whopping salaries of senior university bosses a secret.
COMMON ROOM TOUCH
After a £136m campus refurb, lecturers at De Montfort University now have to pay a membership fee to have a cup of tea in the staff common room.