Antony Barnett investigates those who have profited from the uncertainty since the UK's referendum on membership of the EU, including politicians, consultancy firms and those who 'shorted' against Britain.
A year-long investigation by Datshiane Navanayagam reveals the shocking conditions endured by tenants of one of the UK's largest housing associations, Sanctuary Housing, and the effect on vulnerable people's health.
With BAE Systems keeping Saudi jets in the air and British military officers working in the Saudi Air Operations Centre, Sue Turton investigates the extent to which the war in Yemen is made in Britian.
In the wake of the cancellation of The Jeremy Kyle Show (2005) following the death of a guest who appeared on the programme, Morland Sanders investigates what lies behind the headlines, what went wrong and who might be to blame.
1 in 3 children in the UK is growing up inhaling unsafe levels of air pollution. Reporter Morland Sanders reveals it's not just exhausts producing dangerous emissions with toxins coming off every vehicle - even electric ones.
"We're promoting the idea that it's ok to have a mental health problem - but it's made us afraid of our emotions." Dispatches investigates claims that de-stigmatisation campaigns are having unintended negative consequences, leading some to wrongly believe they have problems with their mental health.