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Palantir takes over Google's contract to create remote military drones that identify and track people.,_intelligence,_and_police

An appointee to the Grenfell fire enquiry had a grant from the cladding manufacturer.

Betfred's owner gets money from the NHS to treat gambling addiction

The gambling regulator fines Betfred more than £1m.

Two reports on the environmental damage caused by palm oil companies.

Clare Balding pulls out of an arms companies' dinner.

The boss of Hargreaves Lansdown gave £1m to the Tories.

The UK government hands over its report on fracking, but hides three-quarters of the pages.

Virgin Money CEO doubles his salary to £3.4m while the company posts a loss.

Apple maps hand Crimea to Russia.

New York City paid McKinsey $27m to stem jail violence. Instead, violence soared.

First recorded 'data deletion week',_Maryland

Bumble Bee tuna company CEO found guilty of price fixing.

Just 10% of global investment goes to female led startups

Charmin cuts down virgin forests for its toilet paper

National Grid moves its ownership to Luxembourg, to protect itself from nationalisation.

SSE moves its UK operations to Switzerland, to protect itself against the threat of nationalisation.

Majority of anti-vaxx ads on Facebook are funded by just two organizations

Shell gives Cambridge University £6m for research into oil extraction

Virgin Group pays no UK corporation tax.

Cadbury launches a 'rip off' selection box.
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The government has put Rydon, the company responsible for the Grenfell fire, on its approved list of contractors for high buildings.

Outsourcer Serco is fined £3.7m

The Israeli military keep demolishing a Palestinian village

Staff at Thompsons solicitors go on strike.

Facebook exposes the contact details of 200m users

UCAS promotes a high interest loan to students

Shell leaves its rigs to rot and spill oil in the North Sea

London Arms fair protests