Dispatches investigates those who have got rich since the Brexit referendum, capitalising on the almost unprecedented political uncertainty around Britain's exit from the EU
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An investigation into promises of 'enhanced hygiene practices' on trains and in pubs
How Safe Is Going Out?
Cate Brown investigates allegations of sexism and harassment at the annual Davos summit
Sex, Money & Power: The Dirty Secrets of Davos
Rail commuters face rising fares, delays and overcrowding. How do we fix our trains?
Britain's Train Hell
A special investigation reveals celebrities charging huge fees to support charities
Celebs for Sale: The Great Charity Scandal
In Guatemala young kids work long hours picking coffee beans for Starbucks and Nespresso
Starbucks & Nespresso: The Truth About Your Coffee
Dispatches meets some of the four million children growing up in poverty in the UK
Growing Up Poor: Britain's Breadline Kids
Dispatches reporter Sophie Morgan investigates Amazon's unstoppable growth
The Secrets of Amazon
An investigation into the influence and power of Dominic Cummings and Seumas Milne
Puppet Masters: The Men Who Really Run Britain
How a trade deal with America might leave the NHS footing a bill for billions
Trump's Plan for the NHS
A Dispatches investigation into the epidemic use of the drug GHB in the gay community
Sex, Drugs and Murder
Reporter Sanah Ahsan explores Britain's youth depression crisis
Young, British and Depressed
Reporter Antony Barnett investigates the 'golden visa' scheme for British residency
£2 Million Passport - Welcome to Britain
Dispatches investigates Britain's second biggest, and most profitable, builder, Persimmon
Britain's New Build Scandal
With a new PM about to be announced, who really controls the Conservative Party?
Battle for the Tory Party
Dispatches investigates what's behind rising numbers of assaults on police officers
Officer Down - Police Under Attack
Are breast implants making women sick or even causing cancer? Dispatches investigates.
Britain's Breast Implant Scandal
Dispatches reveals how thousands of unsafe medicines were dispensed to NHS patients
How Safe Are Your Medicines?
Dispatches discovers that unidentified toxins come off every vehicle, even electric ones
Britain's Toxic Air Scandal
Dispatches goes undercover in a major US poultry plant to investigate chlorinated chicken
The Truth About Chlorinated Chicken
Dispatches investigates behind the headlines following the Jeremy Kyle Show's cancellation
Jeremy Kyle: TV on Trial
Reporter Seyi Rhodes finds out what life in Britain might be like without EU migrants
When the Immigrants Leave
Dispatches investigates the extent to which the war in Yemen is made in Britain
Britain's Hidden War
Dispatches reveals the shocking conditions that a big housing association's tenants endure
New Landlords from Hell
Is formula milk priced fairly, and are claims made for it unbiased and proven?
The Great Formula Milk Scandal
Dispatches investigates those who've got rich from Brexit
The Brexit Millionaires
Dispatches investigates the London Fire Brigade's response to the Grenfell fire
Grenfell: Did the Fire Brigade Fail?
Dispatches examines the multi-billion-pound HS2 high-speed train line
HS2: The Great Train Robbery
Why are more and more children leaving school and being educated at home?
Skipping School: Britain's Invisible Kids
Why do some activists resort to such extreme tactics to promote veganism?
The Truth About Vegans
North Korean citizens reveal what their life is like. An episode from 2018.
North Korea: Life Inside the Secret State
This 2018 episode examines the growing need for baby banks and meets parents who use them
Born on the Breadline
This episode from 2018 asks: is it time for cannabis to be decriminalised in the UK?
Cannabis: Time to End the Ban?
This episode from 2018 explores the dark world of online witness intimidation
Witness Intimidation Revealed
The story of Carillion, which was built on public money and imploded. From 2018.
How to Lose Seven Billion Pounds
An episode form 2018. Why does Britain have some of the world's worst breastfeeding rates?
This 2018 episode reveals how the number of people who are in work but homeless is growing
Homeless and Working
A special from 2018 with exclusive access to secret recordings made by Rohingya activists
Myanmar's Killing Fields
How have changes to Universal Credit affected people who rely on it? An episode from 2018.
Britain's Benefits Crisis
How much do the police know about Muslim groups who they fight extremism with? From 2018.
Who Speaks for British Muslims?
This 2018 episode investigates how companies could artificially close their gender pay gap
The Truth About Your Pay
What caused the Beast from the East and shoudl we expect more extreme weather? From 2018.
The Week Britain Froze
This episode from 2018 investigates the expenses of Britain's top universities
Britain's University Spending Scandal
This 2017 episode exposes racism, homophobia and anti-semitism by football fans on trains
Trouble on the Trains
This episode from 2017 looks at the impact of internal migration across the UK
Is Britain Full?
Dispatches goes undercover to investigate car finance
Secrets of Your New Car
A 2017 episode examining the threat Sunni refugees fleeing Isis in Iraq face from militias
Isis and the Battle for Iraq
A 2017 episode examining Brexit's impact on the prices and sizes of our favourite products
Supermarkets: Brexit & Your Shrinking Shop
This 2017 episode examines working conditions in warehouses that service online orders
Undercover: Britain's Cheap Clothes
An episode from 2016. Can more be done to help families kick the spending addiction?
Addicted to Spending
This 2016 episode examines the care some of Britain's most vulnerable pensioners receive
Britain's Pensioner Care Scandal
Dr Christian Jessen investigates the high-end health industry in an episode from 2015
How the Rich Live Longer
This episode from 2015 goes undercover to find out how the cold calling trade works
How to Stop Your Nuisance Calls
The story of a secret network set up to save women and children from Isis. From 2015.
Escape from Isis
An episode from 2015. Can we continue to rely on the state to support us in our old age?
Pensions and the Price of Growing Old
Michael Buerk asks whether pensioners are untouchable regarding welfare cuts. From 2013.
Rich and on Benefits
Sir Michael Darrington launches a campaign to end corporate greed. From 2012.
Secrets of Your Boss's Pay
Millions of us own leasehold properties. But at what cost? An episode from 2012.
Property Nightmare: The Truth About Leaseholds
Jon Snow asks consumers, businesses and bankers whether we can trust our banks. From 2012.
Can You Trust Your Bank?
In an edition from 2005, economist Andrew Dilnot looks at the economics of Gordon Brown
Gordon Brown's Missing Billions
In 2001, Dispatches reporter Saira Shah went undercover in Afghanistan to film the Taliban
Beneath the Veil