Becca Challis reviews the book We are Bellingcat: An Intelligence Agency for the People by Eliot Higgins – a starter-kit for ‘armchair journalists’.
Fourth name on XCity Award shortlist announced: Rabiu Alhassan
A pioneering investigative journalist has been shortlisted for the XCity Award for his work setting up Ghana Fact, the largest fact-checking network in Ghanaian history.
Inside the Financial Times’ Wirecard investigation
A poster looms on the wall behind Paul Murphy. A man is pictured in two side-by-side images, bearded in one, clean-shaven in the other and smirking in both. “Fraud in the billions”, the headline exclaims. And below, in smaller print: “Can you provide any information on Jan MARSALEK’s whereabouts?”
Interview: Mark Daly – BBC Scotland investigations correspondent
Investigative reporting is one of the most crucial forms of journalism, now more than ever. But with the financial challenges facing the media industry, and the opportunities created by the Digital Revolution, its landscape has changed. Nowadays, newspapers are full of reports about spying scandals and worries about data