Suella Braverman’s asylum barges are tied up with Britain’s imperial past, writes Iain Overton
Activists point the finger at the Prime Minister as they disrupt the gathering of leading polluters and politicians
Bigger, flashier 4x4s in urban centres are reversing progress in reducing emissions from petrol and diesel cars.
Officials are refusing to roll out vaccines to most people under the age of 65, despite warnings of a major outbreak this winter, Karam Bales reports
She urged the companies to “insure our future” and cut ties with global fossil fuel giants
A climate protester sent to prison twice this year tells Josiah Mortimer the Government has its priorities all wrong
French co-operation with Armenia in its conflict with Azerbaijan is a welcome step towards ending Russian domination in the region
Clearsprings received the most complaints of any company providing asylum seeker accommodation. It is privately owned by a Conservative Party Donor
Exclusive new polling finds voters are not convinced by the Prime Minister’s party conference claim to represent ordinary people’s concerns, Adam Bienkov reports
Stephen Jackley, a former prisoner turned author and campaigner, pulls back the curtain on the UK prison system in an exclusive interview with Byline Times, as he launches his new book ‘Just Time’.
Robin Boardman, co-founder of Extinction Rebellion, says we need solutions to a knotty unintended consequence of moving to renewables.
The ripple effects of this latest upsurge in violence will go far beyond Israeli and Palestinian territory, writes former British diplomat Alexandra Hall Hall
Joseph Draper talks to some of the hundred thousand refugees fleeing the blockade and then invasion by Azerbaijan
Major publishers removed articles about a Met Police investigation into the presenter after receiving legal threats, following Byline Times’ special investigation. The CEO of press regulator Impress sets out what could be done to prevent such a situation
The Labour leader has repeatedly defied his critics, but can his ultra cautious approach really take the party back into Government unscathed?
The Labour leader’s labelling of those who disagree with him as ‘unBritish’ is a worrying sign of things to come, argues his former adviser Simon Fletcher
The time taken by investigators to look into serious allegations against police officers has tripled in recent years, Andrew Kersley reveals
For the first time, there is the real possibility of a unity coalition with the Democratic minority and a block of moderate Republicanism, writes Grant Stern
Olly Boon reflects on the devastation of a group, DemocracyUnlocked, dedicated to telling readers the truth, which had to cease operating after receiving legal threats from the TV presenter
The Prime Minister knows that he has not shown any great vision of what he believes or how he wants Britain to look, writes Jonathan Lis
By aligning itself with the Kremlin, the Georgian Dream party is at odds with the country’s population who want to move closer to NATO and the EU
Artificially generated nonsense is already filling the pages of Britain’s press
It’s an embarrassing gaffe for the supposed party of security.
Max Colbert and Josiah Mortimer explore the chequered history of the current favourites for the NHS’ new Data Platform.
Why were sufficient numbers not outraged when the troubled broadcaster was giving a platform to dangerous views claiming Pakistani men are the main perpetrators of this form of child sexual abuse?
Stuart Spray speaks to the activist and TV presenter, who has announced he is challenging the Prime Minister on the legality of abandoning key net zero commitments
Effie Webb reports on how radically the academic landscape has changed, in a short space of time, through AI and remote learning
Like Sarajevo in the 1990s, the Ukrainian city of Kherson is under siege with daily bombardments – but there are only two foreign correspondents there to cover the carnage
Publishers and members of the public were threatened with exemplary damages and punitive costs by the presenter’s lawyer – but Byline Times stands firm in its reporting
The two former chancellors reveal how ‘the grown-ups in the room’ collude in their outlook
As Foreign Secretary, Truss warned that the Government risked failing in its duty of care for the group which included at least 20 children
Rishi Sunak’s reckless attempts to mimic the political tactics of the radical Republican right led to some ugly scenes at his party’s conference in Manchester, reports Adam Bienkov
UsForThem is linked to controversial anti-vax campaign figures and organisations believing in a global socialist ‘Great Reset’ led by powerful capitalists