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is a nonprofit British news organization focusing on investigative reporting on public-interest issues.

The bureau was . Its creation was as a project of the , a network of British investigative journalists, and was . It is and at the Centre for Investigative Journalism.

The bureau has . It from the Potter Foundation at its launch and has for its first five years.

It has with Channel 4 News and the Financial Times and has with the British Medical Journal, Channel 4, and Al Jazeera English. It was by the U.S. nonprofit investigative news organization .

In November 2012, the bureau assisted the BBC in reporting a Newsnight investigation that falsely accused a former British politician of sexual abuse. The report led to the of the bureau’s managing editor, Iain Overton. Christopher Hird was the next month as his successor.

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