The paper has reported on sex tourism in Vietnam, racist door policies of Glasgow nightclubs and conducted the first ever independent staff satisfaction survey which revealed doubts about the University management strategy. In 2004 Guardian revealed a CIA officer was working as a lecturer in the Politics department and a year later that Glasgow University Union had been spending part of its grant on a pornography channel subscription, money which had been intended for front line student services. In the same year, it ran an undercover investigation into sub-standard and dangerous student housing, which was described by the editor of The Herald as "campaigning journalism at its best". In 2006, it also reported that university management were rewarding big donors with honorary degrees. The paper has also featured an exclusive interview with former Prime MinisterTony Blair. More recently, the Guardian covered debategate, which hit national media headlines after two female students from Edinburgh and Cambridge were reportedly heckled in a sexist manner by members of the Glasgow University Union.