Top stories in the latest issue:
Home secretary Amber Rudd faces questions over accepting a donation from a banker who was fined £450,000 by authorities for “market abuse”.
How the royal family’s “Magnificent Seven” are being mobilised to help the government smooth over any diplomatic problems.
As Channel 4’s Jay Hunt defends its Bake Off swoop, we remember how she reacted when Netflix poached Black Mirror from her own channel.
The revolving door between public service and private roles has worked out nicely for former Treasury permanent secretary Sir Nicholas Macpherson.
Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan is having increasing trouble balancing his sponsorship and media roles.
Arts Council England is pressing ahead with a scheme to judge the artistic worth of projects by purely statistical means, despite serious misgivings.
EYE TOLD YOU SO
The National Audit Office is investigating the financial structure of the Thames Tideway tunnel, three years after the Eye pointed it out.