Journalism

OpenWorld News produces exclusive news, features and investigations for media outlets around the globe.  We specialise in home news, data journalism, war-reporting and public interest investigations, and our journalists have reported from all over the globe, including Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya. Below is a selection of our most recent projects with some of Britain’s  best-known broadcasters and largest-circulation national newspapers.

You can see more about our TV work here.

If you would like to know more about our journalistic work please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

  • Recent work:

The Daily Telegraph – ‘Thousands of children at risk of child sexual exploitation, figures show’

Daily Telegraph

While the eyes of the nation were on high profile cases of child sexual exploitation, such as in Rotherham, we investigated whether or not this was an issue specific to ...

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The Sun – ‘Compare the fat cats’

We looked into the issue of how price comparison websites display tariffs to customers. The sites make it easier to display tariffs from energy firms who pay them vast commissions.

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The Sun – ‘Q: How does Rail Minister who says commuting is comfy get to work? A: By car

The Sun

When new rail minister Claire Perry vocally announced how comfortable trains are for commuting we investigated if she practices what she preaches. We discovered that she regularly commutes from her ...

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The Sunday Telegraph – ‘Baby boomer students getting a free degree’

Sunday Telegraph

Our investigation revealed how thousands of baby-boomers – including those in their 70s and 80s – are taking out student loans to complete university degrees, despite concerns they will never ...

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The People – ‘Driven to tears’

The People

Our investigation revealed how hundreds of learner drivers saw red after failing their driving tests – and launched attacks on their examiners. Following our Freedom of Information request, the Driving and Vehicle Standards ...

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Sunday Times – ‘Alarm raised as 19 babies vanish from council care’

Sunday Times

Our exclusive investigation for the Sunday Times found almost 5,000 children have disappeared from care in the last two years, including 19 babies. Some of the children were missing for ...

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The Mirror – ‘Paedo freed from 5 life sentences by legal blunder’

The Mirror

Our exclusive story by reporter Harriet Cooke revealed how child rapist Keith John Williams had been freed from prison after a legal blunder by the Ministry of Justice. We spoke ...

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The Sun – ‘1 in 7 kids obese before school’

The Sun

We revealed how in some parts of the country Britain’s obesity crisis means one in every seven children turning up for their first day of primary school is now officially ...

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The Sun – ‘Takeover bid’

The Sun

We helped the Sun investigate how account details and logins for eBay accounts have been found for sale on the dark web.

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The Sun – ‘Fowl play’

The Sun

Our investigation for Sun consumer editor Daniel Jones uncovered a long list of retailers and restaurants serving Halal meat to customers without telling them, and found meat in supermarkets was ...

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The Sun – ‘Chicken Trickin’

The Sun

Our investigation with The Sun’s consumer editor Daniel Jones found Pizza Express were serving Halal chicken to diners, but only told them on their company website or if they asked.

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The Sun – ‘Halal secret of Pizza Express’

The Sun

The Sun’s consumer editor Daniel Jones asked OpenWorld news to help him investigate which restaurants and retailers were selling Halal meat, without clearly labelling it to consumers. We found Pizza ...

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Sunday Times – ‘Police quit to dodge sex abuse investigations’

Sunday Times

Our investigation for the Sunday Times revealed dozens of police officers avoided sexual misconduct hearings by resigning while they were investigated. Our Freedom of Information requests to forces revealed  49 ...

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The Mirror – ’90 MPs hire staff for no wages’

The Mirror

Our investigation with The Mirror revealed how 89 MPs used work experience volunteers last year without paying any of them wages.

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The Sun – ‘Speaker’s racked up £500k tab’

The Sun

Our investigation for The Sun revealed that Speaker John Bercow had run up a half a million pound office expenses bill since starting the job in 2009. The spend included ...

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The Sun – ‘Barclays trebles overdraft costs’

The Sun

As part of The Sun’s Rip Off Britain campaign, we investigated the impact of Barclays’ new overdraft fees on hard-up families, finding that  the costs for those borrowing £100 are set to ...

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The Sun – ‘Teen Tot Hotspot’

The Sun

Our investigation into the worst areas in the country for teen pregnancy appeared in The Sun, providing context to its coverage of Britain’s youngest parents.

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Sunday Times – ‘Mums at risk as hospitals send them home late’

Sunday Times

Our investigation for the Sunday Times revealed thousands of new mums are sent home from maternity wards in the early hours. Maternity experts warned sending exhausted women home in the ...

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The Sun – ‘106 murderers walk out of open prisons’

The Sun

Our investigation for The Sun, uncovered by our reporter James Drummond, revealed 106 murderers absconded from open prisons in the last ten years. Twenty-five killers found guilty of manslaughter also ...

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The Sun – ‘Bank fees top loan charges’

The Sun

We lent a hand to The Sun’s consumer editor Daniel Jones for their Rip Off Britain campaign by looking into how bank overdraft charges can be up to four times ...

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The People – ‘Mayday. Hot cows about to explode’

The People

We obtained data of all mayday and panpan calls made by pilots, including the odd tale of a plane forced to land after its cargo of 390 cows got so ...

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Sun – ‘Citizens badvice’

The Sun

We were asked by The Sun’s Consumer Editor Dan Jones to help look into his story on the Citizens Advice Bureau using high-cost phone lines. The story formed part of ...

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Channel 4 Dispatches – ‘Amanda Holden: Exposing Hospital Heartache’

Channel 4 Dispatches

OpenWorld News and Channel 4 Dispatches investigates the treatment of women who suffer pregnancy loss in this 30-minute documentary presented by Amanda Holden. The revelation that thousands of remains of ...

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The Mirror – ‘People need to know hospitals burned tragic babies to heat wards… it had to be stopped’

Channel 4 Dispatches, The Mirror

In a double-page spread in the Mirror, Amanda Holden told how hospitals must change after our investigation for Channel 4 Dispatches revealed aborted and miscarried babies were being incinerated.

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The Mirror – ‘Amanda. My battle to stop hospitals burning our tragic babies’

The Mirror

Our investigation for Channel 4 Dispatches into how hospitals were incinerating fetal remains made the front page of the Daily Mirror, as presenter Amanda Holden told how she confronted minsters ...

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The Sun – ‘Amanda wins ban on baby furnaces’

The Sun

Here’s the Sun’s follow-up to our Channel 4 Dispatches investigation revealing aborted and miscarried babies are incinerated, sometimes as clinical waste.

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Daily Telegraph – Foetal remains burnt to heat hospitals

Daily Telegraph

The Daily Telegraph reported the findings of our Channel 4 Dispatches investigation into how foetal remains are burnt to heat hospitals. The story was picked up around the world, and ...

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Sunday Times – Thousands of foetuses are burnt as ward waste

Sunday Times

Our exclusive for the Sunday Times revealed the findings of our Channel 4 Dispatches investigation into how hospitals were incinerating the remains of aborted and miscarried foetuses, some as clinical ...

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Channel 4 News – ‘Her Excellent Majesty and the fracking firm’

Channel 4 News

We teamed up with Channel 4 News to reveal how the Queen has leased out land to a company involved in fracking.

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Financial Times – ‘Arms exports to Russia face fresh scrutiny’

Financial Times

Our exclusive story revealing £85m of arms was being sold to Russia was followed up by this article in the Financial Times.

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The Sun – ‘UK sells £86m arms to Putin’

The Sun

With Russia defying international pressure over its invasion of Crimea, we exclusively revealed how the UK was selling £86 million of arms to Putin’s forces.

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The Sun – ‘Ndlesspower’

The Sun

When energy boss Paul Massara said families were to blame for not preventing heat loss from their homes we teamed up with the Sun newspaper to test his house. We ...

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The Sun – ‘Flood and blunder’

The Sun

With floods devastating parts of Britain, we revealed how the Environment Agency spent more on publicity than on dredging.

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The People – ‘600 dog attacks on babies and toddlers’

The People

In an exclusive investigation for the People we reveal the shocking number of babies and toddlers admitted to hospital as a result of being attacked by dogs.

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The Sun – ‘Educashin’

The Sun

We revealed how lawyers are cashing in as schools are forced to shell out millions in compensation claims.

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The People – ‘Crack bet machine inventors who hit jackpot’

The People

This exclusive investigation by our reporter Rob Weekes uncovered the huge wealth of the people behind controversial FOBT betting machines.

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The Sun – ‘Order order online’

The Sun

We revealed how MPs, peers and their staff spent hours on Parliament computers shopping online on Cyber Monday.

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The Sun – ‘Sickbed UK does poorly’

The Sun

We revealed figures showing British hospitals have fewer beds per person than almost every country in Europe.

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The Sun – ‘Offside. Illegals get £80k football pitch’

The Sun

Illegal immigrants were gifted an £80,000 astro footy pitch, while local schools were forced to raise the money themselves.

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Channel 4 News – ‘Organs dilemma’

Channel 4 News

In a joint investigation between OpenWorld News and Channel 4 News we revealed how a shortage of organ donors means more high-risk transplants are taking place.

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The Sun – ‘You Nshower’

The Sun

  With energy bills soaring a number of companies began issuing advice to their customers. In this article we found how the power firm behind the largest bill hike, nPower, had ...

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The Sun on Sunday – ‘Bait dogs’

Sun on Sunday

In this exclusive investigation, we revealed how dogs across the country were being used as bait dogs by criminal gangs training up fighting pit bulls.

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The Sun – ‘The B-illegals’

The Sun

We reveal how failed asylum seekers awaiting deportation from the UK are costing the taxpayer £100,000 a day. The sum adds up to 1 per cent of the entire Home ...

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The Sun – ‘Homes where choice is heat or eat’

The Sun

With energy bills soaring, we found the most fuel poor neighbourhood in the country and went to speak to the families making the impossible choice between heating and eating. The ...

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The Scottish Sun – ’96 beasts set loose by the EU’

The Scottish Sun

Following a similar investigation covering England, we looked at the number of the country’s most vile sexual predators who had their names taken off the sex offenders register thanks to a ...

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The Daily Telegraph – ‘Doctor to patient ratio in Britain among the worst in all of Europe’

Daily Telegraph

Britain is almost bottom of the list of EU countries for the number of doctors per capita. This revelation was buried in a report by the EU Commission, missed by ...

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The Times – ‘UK patients have fewer doctors than most of EU’

The Times

Britain is almost bottom of the list of EU countries for the number of doctors per capita. This revelation was buried in a report by the EU Commission, missed by ...

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Sun on Sunday – ‘Win on rights is a pervs’ delight’

Sun on Sunday

Early in 2013 a new law came into place allowing the country’s most vile sexual predators to appeal to have their names taken off the sex offenders register. We revealed ...

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The Mirror – ‘Fraud of the dance’

The Mirror

The Mirror spent six months investigating Lord Hanningfield’s abuse of Parliamentary allowances. On day three of their series of reports we helped them expose how the peer used tax payers’ ...

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The People – ‘High old timers…’

The People

Huge numbers of pensioners are being admitted to hospital after using illegal drugs such as cocaine, amphetamines, and cannabis. This is our reporter James Drummond’s revelations in The People.

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Sunday Times – ‘The OAP coke habit ends in hospital trip’

Sunday Times

Reporter James Drummond investigated newly released NHS figures regarding drug use. He spotted growing numbers of pensioners are being admitted to hospital for using illegal drugs such as cocaine, amphetamines, ...

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Sunday Mirror – ‘Hospitals forced to cancel 170 ops a day’

Sunday Mirror

New data released by the NHS was scoured by our reporters who uncovered shocking levels of operations cancelled by hospitals. The exclusive was published first in The Sunday Mirror on ...

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Sun on Sunday – ‘Lions bled by donkeys’

Sun on Sunday

As the nation gathers to mourn all those who have lost their lives fighting for our freedom, we investigated how much money is left to the charity behind the Poppy ...

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Sunday Times – ‘Government bankers get double PMs pay’

Sunday Times

Newly released figures revealed the huge salaries now being paid to civil servants and senior officials. Half of the top ten earners are all employees at the recently established Green ...

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Sunday Mirror – ‘G4S man with a van shows us the money’

Sunday Mirror

We gained footage of a van operated by security firm G4S driving around with bags of money on display. Our exclusive was published in the Sunday Mirror on 3 November ...

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Sun on Sunday – ‘Gas storm boss is top advisor to PM’

Sun on Sunday

As David Cameron heaped criticism on energy firms for staggering price hikes, we investigated his own links to gas an electricity companies. We discovered that British Gas Chairman Sir Roger ...

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Sun on Sunday – ‘Workers who are making Katy Perry Eyelashes for 8p a pair’

Sun on Sunday

A boring afternoon trapped inside a Boots superstore resulting OpenWorld News Editor Guy Basnett examining the packets of celebrity eyelashes. He noticed that all were made in the one tiny ...

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The Sun – ‘Sammy 2 Pools’

The Sun

With gas and electricity prices on the rise consumers across the nation complained that millionaire bosses of energy firms had no idea of the effect 10 per cent increases had ...

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Sunday Times – ‘Babies caught up in obesity epidemic’

Sunday Times

As Britain’s obesity problem worsens our reporter, Rob Weekes, investigated the impact on the nation’s children. He discovered a thousands of youngsters being hospitalised for a primary diagnosis of obesity. ...

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The Sun – ‘The answer is blowin’ in the wind’

The Sun

Energy giant SSE hit the headlines for being the first of the ‘Big Six’ to introduce huge price hikes. As they increased bills by 8.2 per cent we looked at ...

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The Sun – ‘Why did they die?’

The Sun

Continuing with The Sun’s campaign to force an MoD review of policy on retired dogs, we reveal the names of the 288 killed by the military over the past three ...

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The Sun – ‘MoD kills 288 dogs in 3 years’

The Sun

As the nation learned that two military working dogs protecting Prince William at his RAF were put down days after he left, we revealed the vast numbers of canines killed by ...

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The People – ‘Red Face Day’

The People

Our exclusive investigation revealed for the first time how millions donated to Comic Relief was invested by the charity in shares in tobacco and arms companies. We broke the story ...

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Daily Mail – ‘Agony of the care home residents left starving, desperate for water and locked in filthy rooms’

Daily Mail

Shocking revelations of life behind the doors of a failing care home, uncovered by our reporter Rob Weekes. The full story ran in The Daily Mail on 19 September 2013.

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The Sun – ‘Lifers freed to kill again’

The Sun

Five criminals serving ‘life sentences’ have been let out of prison on licence and gone on to kill again in the last three years. This revelation – discovered by our ...

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Sunday Mirror – ‘Beeb recruits army of unpaid workers’

Sunday Mirror

As past and present BBC executives were hauled in front of a Commons select committee to discuss excessive pay, our reporter investigated the number of people working for the broadcaster ...

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The Guardian – ‘The toughest job in Nigerian healthcare’

The Guardian

Foreign Editor Paul McNamara travelled to Nigeria for a series of assignments examining the nation’s healthcare system. This interview with Dr Ado Jimada Gana Muhammed, the Executive Director of the National ...

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Sunday Mirror – ‘Cops take DNA from children’

Sunday Mirror

Our reporter Rob Weekes investigated how many children have had DNA samples taken by the police. His story was published in the Sunday Mirror on 8 September 2013.

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Sunday Mirror – ‘It’s a job for wife’

Sunday Mirror

Scores of MPs are employing family members at vast cost to the UK taxpayer. Our investigation, published in The Sunday Mirror on 25 August 2013, looked at which politicians are ...

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Sun on Sunday – ‘£1.8m Kirch-ing’

Sun on Sunday

Following renewed demands by Argentinian premier Cristina de Kirchner for control of The Falkland Islands we looked at the amount of UK taxpayers’ money that is still being given to ...

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The People – ‘7,000 paedos found guilty…2,862 of them aren’t jailed’

The People

In light of a raft of stories highlighting ‘soft justice’ for criminals, our reporter Rob Weekes looked into the sentencing of convicted child sex offenders. His findings were published in ...

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The Sun – ‘Thieves on the line’

The Sun

When The Sun’s Consumer Editor Dan Jones looked into rail fares he called on OpenWorld News to analyse a mountain of data to show exactly how much season ticket price ...

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The Sun – ‘Bluebirds top table for footie thug bans’

The Sun

As the new football season starts we looked at the number of supporters issued banning orders.

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The Scotsman – ‘UK taxpayer hands £172,000 to each Pitcairn islander’

The Scotsman

Billions of pounds is spent by the British Government every year on development. While looking into how that money is allocated we discovered the curious case of the Pitcairn Islands ...

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The Sun – ‘£14m court bill for 259 lingos’

The Sun

We investigated the vast sums spent each year on providing translators to the courts. This story was published in The Sun on 8 August 2013.

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Sunday Times – ‘Obesity alert over 20-stone 10-year-olds’

Sunday Times

OpenWorld News discovered a new dataset collated by the NHS – the weight, height and body mass index of every child in the land as part of their annual child ...

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Sunday Mirror – ‘Savile’s creepy letter to Beeb asking for a job with teens’

Sunday Mirror

Our reporter James Drummond trawled thousands of communications, spanning five decades, between Jimmy Savile and the BBC to chart the child sex offender’s career rise. The story was published on ...

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Sun on Sunday – ‘Net loss’

Sun on Sunday

With the start of the new football season fast approaching we were asked by The Sun Consumer Editor Dan Jones to work out the cost of a season for fans ...

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The Sun – ‘Prozac nation’

The Sun

New figures revealed the vast quantities of anti-depressants been taken by Britons, and the starling rise in their use over the past two decades. The story was published in The ...

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Daily Mail – ‘MPs’ £120k worth of freebies’

Daily Mail

Our exclusive investigation into the freebies and corporate hospitality lavished on MPs was followed by the Daily Mail on 29 July 2013 – a day after appearing first in the ...

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Sun on Sunday – ‘MPs bag freebies worth £120,000′

Sun on Sunday

We scoured the Register of Members’ Financial Interests to uncover the full extent of hospitality handouts lavished upon MPs. The results of our investigation were published exclusively in the Sun ...

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Sunday Times – ‘£185m in Whitehall pay-offs’

Sunday Times

We revealed the huge value of pay-offs to Whitehall staff so far this year. The results of our investigation were published in The Sunday Times on July 21, 2013.

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The Sun – ‘£2.7billion: Revealed…the staggering sum handed out in pay-offs to state workers in 1yr’

The Sun

‘Golden goodbyes’ in the civil service is a huge issue right now. Buried in the 2011-12 Whole of Government Accounts we discovered the staggering sum of payouts handed out to ...

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Sun on Sunday – ‘Elf ‘n safety worker hurt doing hoovering’

Sun on Sunday

A light hearted look at the accidents that happen at the UK’s Health and Safety Executive.

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Sunday Mirror – ‘Exposed: Illegals in police and NHS jobs’

Sunday Mirror

The Government has announced strict fines and penalties for anyone found employing a illegal immigrant. OpenWorld News decided to look at whether the civil service is practicing what it preaches. ...

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Sun on Sunday – ‘£172K each’

Sun on Sunday

Billions of pounds is spent by the British Government every year on development. While looking into how that money is allocated we discovered the curious case of the Pitcairn Islands ...

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Channel 4 Dispatches – ‘How Councils Waste Your Money’

Channel 4 Dispatches

For our first documentary, Channel 4 Dispatches ‘How Councils Waste Your Money’, we investigated how local authorities spend millions each year on chauffeur driven cars, trips abroad, and taxpayer-funded procurement ...

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Daily Mail – ‘262m bill to pay off gagged council staff’

Daily Mail

Our Channel 4 Dispatches documentary, ‘How Councils Waste Your Money’, was covered by a number of national newspapers. Here the Daily Mail focuses on the quarter of a billion pounds ...

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Daily Express – ‘Council millions go to waste on perks’

Daily Express

Our Channel 4 Dispatches documentary, ‘How Councils Waste Your Money’, was covered by a number of national newspapers. Here the Daily Express details the millions going to waste on perks.

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Sun on Sunday – ‘Wad a waste’

Sun on Sunday

Our Channel 4 Dispatches documentary, ‘How Councils Waste Your Money’, was covered by a number of national newspapers. Here the Sun on Sunday gives it a forceful showing with a ...

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Sunday Times – ‘Pedicures on 440m council credit card bills’

Sunday Times

Our Channel 4 Dispatches documentary, ‘How Councils Waste Your Money’, was covered by a number of national newspapers. Here the Sunday Times focuses on the huge bill met by the ...

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Daily Mail – ‘Police using Tasers on children as young as 12′

Daily Mail

Our exclusive investigation into police using Taser stun guns on children as young as 12 was picked up by the Daily Mail. It went on to feature on a number ...

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Sunday Mirror – ‘Cops use 50,000 volt taser on girl aged 12′

Sunday Mirror

We provided our exclusive investigation into the police use of Taser stun guns on children to the Sunday Mirror. The article revealed for the first time how police had used ...

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Sunday Mirror – ‘Young at suicide risk as mental health cuts bite’

Sunday Mirror

OpenWorld News was only too happy to back The Sunday Mirror’s ‘Fighting For Mental Health’ campaign. Newspaper campaigns rely on a constant flow of stories that highlight the issues they ...

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The People – ‘Town where one in 60 is pregnant while at school’

The People

We investigated the teen pregnancy hot-spots of the UK and provided this exclusive story to The People. Using data tools to manipulate information from the Office for National Statistics we discovered ...

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Sun on Sunday – ‘Aberdeen is drug & booze binge capital’

Sun on Sunday

Analysis of Department for Work and Pensions data revealed the places in the UK where vast numbers of people claiming disability benefits were doing so because of addictions. Our investigation ...

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The Mirror – ‘Teen sex plague’

The Mirror

Our reporter Jemima Owen unearthed the shocking numbers of children contracting sexually transmitted diseases. The Health Protection Agency revealed 15,000 under-15s had contracted STIs in just three years. Her investigation ...

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The Independent – ‘The vaccinators on the front line of the battle against polio in Nigeria’

The Independent

Vaccinators across Nigeria are risking assassination and kidnap to immunise children. OpenWorld News travelled to Africa’s third richest nation to witness first-hand the risks they face. Our exclusive report was ...

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The Sun – ‘Blocks of ice’

The Sun

With soaring energy prices, and many families facing economic hardship, the debate over fuel poverty is growing stronger. In this exclusive we used government data broken down to census output ...

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The Sun – ‘Hell for heroes’

The Sun

We revealed the number of soldiers diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder is now four times higher than in 2008. Our exclusive article, published by The Sun on February 5, 2013, ...

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The Sun – ‘Ex-model who rakes in millions from hard up families’

The Sun

Our investigation into the bailiffs industry revealed how one company boss has earned £2.7 million in the last three years. The double-page spread, published in the Sun on Sunday on ...

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The Sun – ‘Voters on dole keep Labour MPs in jobs’

The Sun

Today’s exclusive story for The Sun shows the full extent of the Labour party’s reliance on voters on benefits. Using official statistics, we compiled a league table ranking seats according ...

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The Sun – ‘Want flies with that?’

The Sun

The Sun’s Consumer Editor Dan Jones called on OpenWorld News when he wanted to reveal which of Britain’s best known fast food restaurants, family restaurants, and pub restaurants were making ...

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The Sun – ‘Benefit broods with five kids’

The Sun

In this exclusive, provided to The Sun, we revealed the true number of families receiving benefits for large numbers of children. It included 40,000 families on handouts claiming for five ...

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The Sun – ‘Bin Laden son’s wife joins British Legion’

The Sun

Another exclusive from the OpenWorld News team as we reveal the daughter-in-law of Osama Bin Laden has become a member of foremost forces charity the Royal British Legion. The story came ...

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Daily Mail – ‘Internet porn and the rape suspects aged 10′

Daily Mail

  Our exclusive investigation for the Daily Mail found 24 police forces had arrested primary school aged children on suspicion of rape in the last year. It included seven forces that ...

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Loaded – ‘England’s rugby rehab’

Magazines

With the Autumn internationals on the horizon we spoke to new England captain Chris Robshaw about rebuilding the team after an abysmal World Cup,  both on and off the field.   You ...

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Loaded – ‘Weapons of the future’

Magazines

An invisibility cloak, a gun that shoots around corners, and a futuristic ray gun. Our latest feature for Loaded magazine, looking at weapons of the future in the trillion-dollar defence ...

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Mail on Sunday – ‘£5,000 flight for Miliband guru’

Mail on Sunday

This article, published on pages 6 and 7 of the Mail on Sunday, revealed how Labour splashed out on first class travel for its elite while banning all other party ...

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Daily Mail – ‘Dozens of sex offender doctors are still working’

Daily Mail

Our investigation, provided exclusively to the Daily Mail, revealed 31 doctors convicted or cautioned for sex offences and child pornography are still able to work – because banning them would ...

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Loaded – ‘Disc-o Champ – Derek Derenalagi’

Magazines

Published in the September edition of Loaded magazine, we interviewed one of the most inspirational athletes to grace a sports field in a Great Britain jersey. Private Derek Derenalagi was ...

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Sunday Times – ‘Maimed troops all fired up to match Mo’s glory’

Sunday Times

  Published on August 26, 2012, this double-page spread on page 8/9 looked at five former servicemen and women who have beaten horrific battlefield injuries to compete in the Paralympics. It ...

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Loaded – ‘Blood brothers’

Magazines

After an audacious attack on Camp Bastion by Afghan insurgents dressed as soldiers, Loaded magazine wanted to take a look at why incidents of this kind were on the rise. We ...

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Sunday Mirror – ‘Three people are killed by mentally ill every fortnight’

Sunday Mirror

  OpenWorld News was specially commissioned by the Sunday Mirror to investigate the number of killings committed by mentally ill patients in the wake of the murder of Casey Kearney, aged ...

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Mail on Sunday – ‘Ed Balls splashes out thousands on private poll’

Mail on Sunday

  This article, published on page 15 of the Mail on Sunday, revealed Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls had secretly commissioned private polling at a cost of thousands of pounds to examine ...

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Daily Mail – ‘Fan who insulted stewards with his “Nazi” salute’

Daily Mail

  We obtained photographs taken during an Olympics basketball clash between Lithuania and Argentina in which a Lithuanian fan appeared to make an offensive gesture towards stewards. The photographs were exclusively ...

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