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Hardeep Matharu

Hardeep Matharu is the Editor of Byline Times

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The Humanity of the London Bridge Victims is the Real Fight Against Terror

, 2 December 2019
Hardeep Matharu mourns the death of two young reformers and the horrific exploitation of their legacies by Boris Johnson and the tabloid press.

Where has the BBC's Quest to Inform through Uncovering Truth Gone?

, 11 November 2019
In the weeks before the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, the BBC’s news team went out of its way to show the world the factual reality of East Germans protesting for a better life. Does it have the same desire now?

‘Brexiters Used Empire in the Mind to Weaponise People's Prejudices and Fantasies'

, 28 August 2019
A sense of British exceptionalism based on our colonial past is "alive and kicking" in hearts and minds – and we must make ourselves aware of it, warns Lord Victor Adebowale

Bannon's Mexican Wall may be Impossible but the Hate it Creates is Real

, 5 August 2019
As Bannon's PR stunt near El Paso is swiftly followed by a horrific mass shooting, Hardeep Matharu looks back the Cambridge Analytica origins of 'Build the Wall'.

Jacob Rees-Mogg and the Brexiters' Persistent Myths of Empire

, 17 July 2019
Britain has not really faced up to losing an empire and the unresolved cost is playing out through the traumas of Brexit.

Brexit and Empire: Nostalgia for a Nation that Never Was is Driving Britain over a Cliff

, 5 July 2019
With the likely next Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, praising Britain today as the 'Greatest Place on Earth' all the unlearned lessons of Empire are coming back to haunt us.

Divide and Rule: ‘Colonial Mindsets Fuelling Islamophobia and Racism’

, 2 July 2019
Hardeep Matharu speaks to Tahir Butt, a Muslim campaigner who spent nearly 30 years in the police, about his experience of racism and identity.

MYTH AND TABOO: Can Integration Ever Solve Racism?

, 3 May 2019
Far from being topics of taboo, integration, immigration and racism have been politicised for years in dishonest narratives. Are Tony Blair and other centrists going down the same path again as populism rears its ugly head once more?

Democracy in Danger: How Safe is Britain's Next Election?

, 29 March 2019
With the country on the edge of a snap general election or second referendum in an age of digital psyops, is our electoral system equipped for votes to be free and fair?

Two Fingers Up to the Country they Serve: The Age of MINISTERIAL IRRESPONSIBILITY

, 29 March 2019
The Age of Ministerial Irresponsibility: The cabinet ministers who got away with facing the consequences of disastrous decisions.

EXCLUSIVE 'No One is Coming to Save Me' – Can Prisoners Become their own Life Coaches and Escape our Failing Jails?

, 31 January 2019
Hardeep Matharu meets the charity helping inmates to think about their lives and how to transform them and explores why we can't wait for the Government to make prisons places of change.

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