Top stories in the latest issue:
Embarrassing court cases reveal what British special forces troops are up to in Syria – and have been for ages.
CHEQUES AND BANK BALANCES
Payment-by-results is creating a conflict of interest for Concentrix, the US firm conducting fraud and error checks on UK tax credit claims.
A SUSPECT MILITARY DEVICE
A scary leaked report on Russian military power reveals nothing new – but it may help the UK military secure some expensive new toys.
STRUCK RIGHT OFF
Three nurses who admitted falsifying medical notes at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Bridgend are told they will never care for patients again.
ARSENAL’S HOME LOSS
With Woolwich’s Firepower museum mothballed, plans for a new home for the Royal Artillery Regiment collection are on shaky ground in Wiltshire.
THROWING THE BROOK
A wetland restoration scheme in the New Forest could do more harm than good, warn locals.
In Norfolk, the Broads Authority is busy purging members who have the audacity to air their criticisms in public.
A legal spat over a re-insurance scheme sees insurance giant Aon having to report itself to the anti-corruption authorities in Romania.
TRICKS OF THE MIND
More on the educational psychologist, judged by regulators ‘not to be of good character’, who threatened to sue the Eye.