Evidence emerges suggesting police may have helped cover up the “murder” of a man found crushed by a cement mixer on an Essex farm 14 years ago.
Rebus Investment Group is the poacher-turned-gamekeeper offering to help those mis-sold dodgy tax schemes, including the infamous film LLPs.
A CRAPITAL IDEA
Scholars hoping to do post-graduate study at Strathclyde University are being encouraged to tailor their research proposals to the business interests of … Crapita!
The failed head passing on his wisdom to attendees at Bett2016, aka the British educational training and technology show.
Only 32 people have so far qualified under former education secretary Michael Gove’s much-heralded Troops to Teachers initiative.
How a catalogue of blunders contributed to the death of Adam Withers, 20, who fell to his death from a 130ft chimney at Epsom Hospital.
LOST AT SEETEC
Private probation provider Seetec is in trouble for poor performance in the South-east, but its owner-boss is laughing all the way to the bank.
CQC’S EPIC FLAIL
The care watchdog CQC’s ‘rigorous’ inspection regime is still failing vulnerable clients and their families – this time at three homes outside Bath.
Taxpayers could have earned even more from the sale of the government share in King’s Cross Central LP had it not been part of a tax avoidance scheme.
Why health and safety rules for builders are to be relaxed because of the government’s devotion to ‘cutting red tape’.
MAN IN THE EYE
Meet Naguib Sawiris, the London-based Egyptian-American who somehow manages to do business with both North Korea and the US government.