Fri 28 January 2022

Byline Times provides a guide to the top stories over the holiday period on its sister network of regional sites promoting local writers and citizen journalism

High Anxiety Spreads in the Brexit Camp

Whisper it, but there seems to be a certain kind of nervous disquiet about Brexit creeping in at The Spectator

By Anthony Robinson

Revolution without Love is just a Coup d’etat: Why we have to Learn to Love England again

We English have fallen out of love with our country, but there are signs that’s changing.

By Peter Thurlow

Escaping the Covid Groundhog Day

We need to support low-income countries to tackle local health priorities if we want to give global vaccination coverage a fighting chance. Otherwise, we’ll be living a Covid Groundhog Day every year.

By Alex le May

Why I’m not Returning to Teach in Covid-stricken Schools

Cornwall-based former teacher explains why she’s not answering this call from a government that has shown no concern for the health and wellbeing of school staff or the children they teach.

By Jane Stevenson

Seaton Snook: a Den of Spies, Spooks and Saboteurs?

David Walsh goes in search of another lost Tees community – this time the intriguingly named Seaton Snook near Hartlepool.

By David Walsh


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