Top stories in the latest issue:
SWEET & SOUR SOURCE
Many of the UK-China projects unveiled by chancellor Philip Hammond are associated with tax avoidance.
A huge cock-up with Northern Ireland’s renewable heating scheme will cost the public millions while encouraging businesses to waste heat energy.
High court ruling over prison suicides could force the Ministry of Justice to finally take measures to prevent further deaths.
Reduced losses at the Post Office are down to slashing national insurance contributions for sub-postmasters.
SHARK OF THE COVENANT
Privately run international Christian school that didn’t pay teachers plans to reopen next year.
Staff at the Open University pass a vote of no confidence in vice-chancellor Peter Horrocks after “group tuition” chaos.
THE TURD WAY
The contract for foreign language interpreting in court changes hands, but the legal system shouldn’t expect any great improvement.
SEEING CODE RED
Conflicts of interest for the government’s new pubs code adjudicator, while tenants are still being bullied by pubcos.
Police under pressure to produce a statement from crucial witness in civil action over the 1987 axe murder of private investigator Daniel Morgan.