Reflecting on a decade of court reporting, James Doleman explains how the apparent formality helps take the emotion out of awful events and focus on the evidence
The world’s largest arms fair promises peace in the world
Four companies have ruled out underwriting the controversial plans for a deep mine off the coast at St Bees
An increasingly desperate Prime Minister is resorting to false claims about his opponents in order to cling to office, writes Adam Bienkov
The GB News presenter has said he would ‘never out’ anybody – but our returning special three-year #MediaToo investigation examines his role in revealing men as gay through the pages of The Sun and News of the World
A new short film reveals the heart-wrenching stories of those who lost their loved ones to COVID – and exposes the politics of poverty behind the crisis
John Mitchinson reflects on what he learned about the ‘baffling presence of absence’ when his father died in his arms
“While I was at the funeral for my brother…there were only four people, because of social distancing. I will never forget that,” song-writer and actor Will Young tells Byline Times.
“We must stop expanding aviation until the technology exists to provide emission free, low-noise flights.”
UK higher education qualifications have been suspended from the European quality standards body because of the way the Office for Students was regulating universities.
What are the forces driving refugees across the Channel? What are they fleeing? What are they hoping for?
New Kremlin purges only cement Russia’s hardline commitment to the disastrous invasion
“Human beings do not belong in barges or camps. The correct way to house people is to house them in communities.”
An adjustment to the scheme will make it cheaper for companies to pollute, boosting their corporate profits
Britain cannot assume other countries will automatically bend the knee to it based on the country’s past historic greatness, writes former diplomat Alexandra Hall Hall
As Saudi Arabia prepares to play two ‘home’ international matches in Newcastle this weekend, Adrian Goldberg asks if Saudi money has muzzled outrage at the Kingdom’s well-documented human rights abuses
A majority of voters believe “nothing in Britain really works” and say Rishi Sunak’s party has made public services worse, according to an exclusive new poll
A new parliamentary report reveals that, apart from the £16.4 billion estimated tax and benefit fraud found by the National Audit Office last year, ministers have no idea about the level of fraud in the rest of government
422,000 households across the UK are estimated to be affected by the two-child allowance limit – but not Members of Parliament
Decades of war and the memory of genocide add to the threat of starvation in the blockaded Armenian enclave
The former European Research Group chairman was a prominent Brexiteer but has now turned his attention to anti-Net Zero campaigning.
Like some effluent King Midas, everything the Conservative Government has touched has turned to crap, writes Otto English
Climate campaigners say the right to jury trial faces unprecedented threats – with several activists facing court proceedings for telling jurors of their ‘right to acquit’ on conscience
A new parliamentary report details a complete lack of planning in handing out the money to small businesses, pubs, restaurants and some retail premises and clubs
ITN – which runs the news operations of Channel 4 and ITV – has been accused of continuing to use Non-Disclosure Agreements to cover up complaints of harassment and discrimination, a claim the firm strongly denies.
The youngest ever life peer cast four failed votes with the Government before she’s even made her first speech
The unprecedented churn in senior government positions means some ministers have been given pay-outs worth more than seven times what they received as their salary
The collapsing school buildings scandal has exposed how the Government failed to ‘fix the roof while the sun was shining’
“There are a small number of people who believe that Covid is no big deal anymore. That’s wrong,” Doctors in Unite Covid lead Dr Jonathan Fluxman tells Byline Times
The heavily-publicised protests were not quite the grassroots movement the right-wing press made them out to be