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Stephen Grey

Three years on, Malta awaits justice for slain journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia

Oct 15 2020

VALLETTA When a bomb exploded on the island of Malta three years ago, killing a campaigning journalist, Daphne Caruana Galizia, it sent a tremor across Europe, seeming to sum up a growing criminal threat to those who challenged corruption.

Column: The insights of Harold Evans, a journalist of tenacity

Sep 24 2020

(The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a writer for Reuters.)

Column: The insights of Harold Evans, a journalist of tenacity

Sep 24 2020

(The opinions expressed here are those of the author, a writer for Reuters.)

COLUMN-The insights of Harold Evans, a journalist of tenacity

Sep 24 2020

LONDON, Sept 24 He was the icon that inspired a generation of young Britons to pick up a pen in anger – inspired by his example that the relentless and carefully crafted exposure of facts could be used to fight injustice.

Special Report: Into the fog - How Britain lost track of the coronavirus

Jul 20 2020

By Stephen Grey, Andrew MacAskill, Ryan McNeill, Steve Stecklow and Tommy Wilkes

RPT-SPECIAL REPORT-Into the fog: How Britain lost track of the coronavirus

Jul 01 2020

By Stephen Grey, Andrew MacAskill, Ryan McNeill, Steve Stecklow and Tommy Wilkes

Exclusive: In Daphne murder investigation, money trail leads to Montenegro venture

Jun 19 2020

VALLETTA In the months before her murder in 2017, Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia was on the trail of an offshore company called 17 Black Limited.

Exclusive: Review contradicts Boris Johnson on claims he ordered early lockdown at UK care homes

May 15 2020

LONDON Prime Minister Boris Johnson told Britain's parliament on Wednesday that his government moved swiftly to protect the country's vulnerable care homes. Under increasing pressure to defend his record on fighting Covid-19, he said: "We brought in the lockdown in care homes ahead of the general lockdown."

Special Report: In shielding its hospitals from COVID-19, Britain left many of the weakest exposed

May 13 2020

LONDON On a doorstep in the suburbs of north London, three-year-old Ayse picked up a tissue to wipe away her grandmother's tears - tears for one more victim of the virus.

A London community shattered by the coronavirus

May 13 2020

LONDON In Britain's Turkish-Cypriot community, early April was a period of anxious waiting. With a strong presence in Enfield, people of Turkish origin number around 500,000 in the UK, and, like many minorities, feel they have suffered disproportionately from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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