This page is for the investigative work that I have conducted from across my portfolio. This includes articles based on information gained from Freedom of Information Requests and leaked documents. 

Fears of total war surge as US claims to have evidence Iran attacked oil tankers

The attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman comes amidst increasing tensions Four US officials told CNN that the nation’s intelligence has photos and videos of an Iranian navy ship removing an unexploded mine from the hull of Japanese owned Kokura Courageous. One of the officials claimed a US military aircraft recorded the footage. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has claimed intelligence suggests Iran is responsible for the attacks, but a Tehran official told the BBC that "Iran has no

A study into the credibility of Hong Kong Media Organisations

The aim of this study is to determine the credibility of five different articles on the land reclamation policy announced by Carrie Lam, Chief Executive of Hong Kong, during the Annual Policy Address on 10th October 2018. Lam announced the Hong Kong Government was to pursue the reclamation of land in Lantau to ease Hong Kong’s housing crisis. The policy was met with a fair degree of concern over cost, environmental concerns and debate over effectiveness. By credibility, we aim to determine how

SU president puzzled by 0 incidents of sexual harassment at City

Following a Freedom of Information (FOI) request from The Howl, it has been revealed there were no reports of sexual misconduct at City university during the 2016-17 academic year. The request was made after revelations in the press that Cambridge University had received 173 anonymous reports from staff and students in the nine months since setting up a new online form in May 2017. An investigation from The Guardian last March found “epidemic” levels of sexual harassment at British universitie