Selected journalism from 2010 to 2017.
A major UK domestic violence organisation faces accusations of failing victims and taking inappropriate payments, for BuzzFeed News.
Shell Shocks: How one of the world's biggest oil firms secured a $1.3 billion deal mired in corruption allegations, for BuzzFeed News, with Il Sore 24 Ore
"How AirBnb's professional landlords are making London's housing crisis even worse", for BuzzFeed News, with Dan Newling.
"The Science of the Lambs: how the global elite have spent eight decades being injected with sheep fetuses", for BuzzFeed News.
"Revealed: UK banks and firms handled £20 million connected to Russian fraud case", for BuzzFeed News.
"Secret memos reveal Julian Assange's escape plan from the Ecuadorian embassy", for BuzzFeed News.
"Where there is oil and gas there is Schlumberger", for The Guardian as part of the "Keep it in the Ground" campaign.
Part of the "Big Carbon Investigations" series, winning the 2016 Kevin Carmody Award for Outstanding In-depth Reporting.
"How China's Macau crackdown threatens big US casino moguls", for The Guardian, in partnership with Lowell Bergman, Matt Isaacs and Simon Marks for the Investigative Reporting Program at UC Berkeley.
"The HSBC Files", for The Guardian, in partnership with Le Monde and the ICIJ.
Winner: investigation of the year, 2015 British Journalism Awards.
Shortlisted: 2016 Orwell Prize for exposing Britain's social evils.
Offshore Secrets – the Jersey files, for The Guardian, in partnership with the ICIJ.
"China's princelings storying riches in Caribbean offshore haven", for The Guardian, in partnership with the ICIJ.
(This story led the Chinese authorities to temporarily completely block access to The Guardian from within China.)
The Edward Snowden files: NSA and GCHQ.
Winner of the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service.
Winner, Roy W. Howard Award for Public Service Reporting at the 2013 Scripps Howard Awards.
"The Thatcher effect: what changed and what stayed the same", for The Guardian.
The "Reading the Riots" project, a Guardian/LSE partnership.
Winner, 2012 Data Journalism Awards.
The State Department leaks – also known as Cablegate – for WikiLeaks, as documented by Alex Gibney in "We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks".