Renters in the capital are encountering controversial practices as the housing crisis worsens, writes our Chief Reporter
The costs awarded in the Cadwalladr libel case suggest journalists reporting in the public interest are vulnerable to legal harassment
The very limited authority of the UK press industry’s tame watchdog is under assault from its members, vividly exposing the contradictions in its make-up, writes Brian Cathcart
The disgraced former Prime Minister’s long career at the top of British politics should be a matter of national shame
We could be working 15-hour weeks, enjoying our free time, and living like people of the future. Matt Gallagher asks: Why aren’t we?
Thousands of people have been evacuated, but much more are abandoned on Russia-occupied territories
After £200m in Government COVID contracts, PPE Medro, associated with the Conservative peer Baroness Mone, appears to have few assets left
Mark Temnycky explores the consequences on global food supplies of what appears to be yet another example of the Kremlin’s ecological terrorism
Pedro Sánchez hopes to win over wavering centrist votes in a snap election. But what of the potential king makers on the far right and far left?
Pekka Kallioniemi says Russia should be excluded from the 2024 Olympics even as neutrals, for their presence will be manipulated yet again in Russian propaganda
As the Privileges Committee concludes whether Boris Johnson was in contempt of Parliament over Partygate, the former PM’s opponents are preparing to oust him from office
As the newspaper is put for sale, a widely-publicised report claiming ‘only’ 1,700 lives were saved by lockdown – which was splashed on its front page – is not what it seems
Speaking to young people reveals a vast divide in how they view President Erdoğan, the opposition, Turkey and each other
The Government’s refusal to provide key documents to the inquiry is a blow to the pursuit of truth in the COVID Inquiry – but bereaved families and inquiry chiefs are determined to get answers
The crisis and corruption in the British press is one of the biggest, ongoing scandals of our time. Byline Times tips its hat to Prince Harry
HMRC contributed enormously to the rise in fraud after the then Chancellor approved tens of billions to be spent on pandemic support schemes
The Duke of Sussex’s testimony is the first to be given by a senior royal to a civil court in more than 130 years
To blame rampant nationalism or sneaking Islamism for the many failings of Turkish democracy is lazy journalism
As the Government battles to not disclose WhatsApps to the official pandemic probe, a solicitor for bereaved families hints at the chair’s potential resignation
An exclusive poll for Byline Times reveals voters believe the Prime Minister puts his own interests above those of the nation
Having opened a formal investigation into consultant urologist Peter Duffy around 30 months ago, the GMC has now found that there is no case to answer
Politicians, landlords and the media have celebrated the financialisation of domestic property. But as the housing crisis deepens, what happened to the basic human right?
With the UK in need of radical decentralisation, Glyndwr Cennydd Jones celebrates the recent launch of an Alliance for Radical Democratic Change
Despite the controversy, the French President’s economic proposals are far from the ‘Anglo Saxon’ model. Barnaby Towns argues that, when it comes to addressing inequality, the UK could learn from them
Vladimir Putin is in a catch-22: unable to win any kind of ‘victory’ that he can sell to his domestic audience, while creating folklore about this ‘special military operation’
Artificial intelligence has already made its way into newsrooms – what are the risks?
The G15 housing associations have been the subject of constant scandals in the past two years over the poor quality of their homes
The UK’s real problem never had anything to do with the EU – but was about the lack of capable and honest political leadership, according to the former diplomat who resigned from the Foreign Office over Brexit
The UK has taken no action against the Russian oligarch and Boris Johnson associate, despite Ukraine and Canada targeting him for his alleged ties to Putin’s regime, reports Adam Bienkov
University workers are fighting for job security and fair pay. But docking lecturers’ pay risks worsening industrial action, UCU activist Dr Antonia Dawes writes
A party crackdown on local party cooperation is preventing Labour councillors from leveraging their election victories to unseat the Tories in some towns, Josiah Mortimer reports
Consultant David Oliver explains how Boris Johnson’s lies continue to have a devastating impact on the infrastructure of healthcare in the UK