An Unearthed and HuffPost investigation identified at least eight trade associations the companies failed to disclose in transparency reports.
The National Health Service is the UK's 'religion'. US Republicans despise it.
If the cornerstones of your culture include the world’s most famous spy, its best-loved wizard and the band that redefined
Wind Power Is Now At The Heart Of Hull - BP's Sponsorship Of The City Of Culture Couldn't Be More Out Of Place
On Sunday, in an impressive feat of design and engineering, a 75-metre turbine blade was carefully positioned in the centre
In July, the British Museum controversially decided to renew its sponsorship deal with BP for a further five years, a decision that will keep the branding of big oil splashed onto the museum's walls while around the world, the impacts of climate change intensify.
Britain has struck a new special relationship with the military rulers of Egypt which is as deep as it is worrying. As we approach the 60th anniversary of the British invasion of Egypt - known in polite circles as the 'Suez crisis' - Britons should reflect on their government's relationship with this key Middle Eastern country.
We should not accept corporate sponsorship or privatisation in the arts as a given, and be short-changed on the values that should be at the heart of our art-making. Starting today, it's time we made these museums and galleries properly accountable to the public, and not to BP.
By waving BP through their doors for another five years, the British Museum and its famous cultural neighbours - the National Portrait Gallery, the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Royal Opera House - have shown a remarkable lack of judgement.
Today at BP's AGM investors passed a resolution requiring the company to dramatically change its reporting to shareholders on climate change. This is the first time in the UK that a major group of institutional investors has filed a shareholder resolution on an environmental issue. It is the first time that such a resolution has been approved by a company's investors.
Over the last 35 years, BP has been a major supporter of UK arts and culture, engaging millions all over the country. For