Best of Bylines Network14 JANUARY 2022
Byline Times provides a guide to the top stories this week on its sister network of regional sites promoting local writers and citizen journalism
A Nottingham man died after an overwhelmed NHS was unable to help him. He sat untreated in A&E for nine hours before being transferred. 36 hours later he died.
June Roche for Central Bylines
The Government has called for ex-teachers to return to the classroom to cover for COVID absences. Why would they?
Katie Weston for North East Bylines
Responses to the climate crisis bring conflicts between green projects and local interests. The Deal Farm biodigester is a case study.
Stephen McNair for East Anglia Bylines
Challenging the Government’s strategy on violence against women and advocating for a strategy where the perpetrator is held to account.
Barbara Morrison for West England Bylines
The future direction of Yorkshire cricket will play no small part in influencing how the world sees the values of the club and the county.
John Grogan for Yorkshire Bylines
The Northern Ireland Protocol has kept the peace in the province since 1998. However, the UK Government’s chosen ‘hard Brexit’ threatens to undo all the hard work that went into its creation.
Dorothy Smith for Sussex Bylines
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