30 November 2023: major agencies updated through mid-November. New agencies added: Crown Office & Procurator Fiscal Service and Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority.
27 October 2023: all agencies updated through mid-October. New agency added: Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman
24 October 2023: Wales Online article about Natural Resources Wales data collected by Violation Tracker UK:
29 September 2023: major agencies updated through mid-September. New agency added: Care Inspectorate.
31 August 2023: major agencies updated through mid-August. Novara Media uses Violation Tracker UK as source for data on penalties paid by Network Rail: https://novaramedia.com/2023/08/31/network-rail-gives-bonuses-to-scabs/
23 August 2023: Byline Times uses Violation Tracker UK as a key source for data on changes in the volume of penalties imposed by the Gambling Commission: https://bylinetimes.com/2023/08/23/gambling-firms-hit-with-huge-increase-in-fines-as-industry-splashes-out-on-mps/
23 August 2023: Novara Media uses Violation Tracker UK as a key source for data on infringements by the oil company Perenco:
21 July 2023: all agencies updated through mid-July. New agencies added: Employment Agency Standards Inspectorate; Equality and Human Rights Commission; Equality Commission for Northern Ireland; Residential Property Tribunal
29 Jun 2023: major agencies updated through mid-June. New agencies added: Drinking Water Inspectorate; Fire
& Rescue Services; Greater London Authority Rogue Landlord and Agent
Checker; Isle of Man Financial Services Authority; Maritime and Coastguard
Agency; Property Ombudsman; Property Redress Scheme; Regulator of Social
28 May 2023: Violation Tracker UK is used as key source of data in an Observer investigation of regulatory penalties paid by the largest recipients of government contracts.: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2023/may/28/firms-fined-most-by-regulators-still-on-uk-governments-list-of-top-suppliers
21 May 2023: major agencies updated through mid-May
25 April 2023: all agencies updated through mid-April.
26 March 2023 mention in Sunday Mirror investigation of for-profit nurseries: https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/mega-rich-bosses-live-high-29549229
24 March 2023: major agencies updated through mid-March. New agency: Housing Ombudsman Service (cases involving commercial landlords).
27 February 2023: major agencies updated through mid-February. New agency: Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (Ofsted)
23 January 2023 mention in OpenDemocracy: https://www.opendemocracy.net/en/dark-money-investigations/mps-staff-offices-donations-million-business-bosses-gambling-climate-sceptics/
21 January 2023: fifth Violation Tracker UK quarterly update. New entries: 3,400. New agency: Guernsey Financial Services Commission
21 December 2022: major agencies updated through mid-December.
5 December 2022: coverage in Byline Times: https://bylinetimes.com/2022/12/06/the-sewage-scandal-the-worst-we-have-seen-in-years-why-british-bathing-water-is-the-dirtiest-in-europe/
2 December 2022: major agencies updated through November
17 November 2022: Violation Tracker UK is used as a source in the preparation of the Responsibility 100 index. See the methodology document.
9 November 2022: mention in Byline Times: https://bylinetimes.com/2022/11/09/uk-environment-agency-prosecutions-6-of-the-level-they-were-a-decade-ago/
19 October 2022: fourth Violation Tracker UK quarterly update. New entries: 5,147. New agency: Jersey Financial Services Commission.
28 July 2022: third Violation Tracker UK quarterly update. New entries: 3,800.
11 April 2022: second Violation Tracker UK quarterly update. New entries: 2,590. New agency: Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal (cases against law firms only).
27 January 2022: first Violation Tracker UK quarterly update. Press release
5 November 2021: coverage in The Independent:
26 October 2021:
Violation Tracker UK is launched. Press release
Initial media coverage includes these two articles in Byline Times:
Byline Times subsequently published two additional articles using Violation Tracker UK data: