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Andrew Kersley

Andrew Kersley is a journalist.

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US Health Companies Are Winning NHS Contracts Despite Dodgy Track Records
Andrew Kersley
‘They’re selling us down the river.’
UK Fossil Fuel Giant Sends Millions of Pounds to Company That Helps Illegal West Bank Settlements
Andrew Kersley
From Rosebank to the West Bank.
Revealed: Tory Superdonor Makes Millions From Government Handouts to Arms Trade
Andrew Kersley
A story of ‘corporate welfare’.
Exclusive: Company Received Hundreds of ‘Critical’ Safety Warnings Before Oil Spill
Andrew Kersley
And it was specifically warned that there was a risk of a spill.
University Docks Pay From Lecturer for Strike While He Was Having Heart Surgery
Andrew Kersley
Dozens of academic staff have lost pay for strikes they didn't take part in.
Councils Are Paying Dodgy Bailiffs to Collect Tax Debts
Andrew Kersley
There's a 'factory line' of council cases being handed to private debt collection firms.
This Housing Association Was Started to End Slum Landlords. Then It Became One
Andrew Kersley
‘I don’t think they should exist.’
Transport Police Are Campaigning Against Sexual Harassment, Despite Numerous Cases of Sexual Harassment by Officers
Andrew Kersley
Campaigners dismissed it as ‘window dressing’.
Bailiffs Are Dressing Up Like Police Officers to Scare Tenants Out of Their Homes
Andrew Kersley
‘It’s trying to trick people.’
London Renter Left Homeless After Black Mould Complaints Go Unanswered for Years
Andrew Kersley
He now sleeps at work.
Qatar Schmoozed These MPs. Now They’re Silent on Human Rights
Andrew Kersley
But one did speak up for the right to drink beer.
Police Advised a Tenant Facing Illegal Eviction to ‘Speak to Uber Eats’ for Help
Andrew Kersley
Officers still think illegal eviction is a 'civil matter'.

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