Campaigners say press standards have barely improved with newspapers still allowed to mark their own homework
Experts question just how ‘sustainable’ burning cooking oil rather than kerosene really is
EXCLUSIVE: A climate group is planning legal action against the under-sale Telegraph Media Group over the outlet’s climate coverage.
‘There should be no doubt that [UK-made] weapons are at acute risk of being used to commit further criminal acts and, possibly genocide’
Unprotected departments face 14% cuts to fuel the Conservatives’ pre-election tax rebate
There are over 1,000 loopholes and exemptions in the tax system – often designed and secured by big firms and lobbyists.
UK authorities have alarmingly few powers to prevent bad actors from interfering with our democracy
The door is wide open to hostile states seeking to meddle in the next election through AI-generated fake content
‘The cemetery has no more space for dead bodies. The graves are full’, British-Palestinian journalist Hamza Elbuhaisi tells Byline Times
The controversy over a £25m party boat speaks to a wider issue: who decides what happens around the Thames?
Organisers believe the Met Police is being strong-armed into opposing the Gaza protests.
Renationalising the railways remains highly popular amid transport delays, cancellations, expensive fares and strikes.
Dr Gail Bradbrook had been threatened with contempt of court for giving her motivations for direct action. She carried on through over a dozen interruptions.
Despite Government calls for pay restraint, new figures show some people are doing very well out of the cost of living crisis, writes Josiah Mortimer
The disgraced ex-PM also claimed “COVID is just nature’s way of dealing with old people” the official inquiry heard.
England was the last of the four nations to require masks in schools following heavy resistance from the then Prime Minister and Education Secretary
The then Prime Minister held unminuted meetings with the press baron he later elevated to the House of Lords despite security concerns
Left-wing and Muslim MPs and councillors are urging the Labour leader to back a pause in the Israeli bombing of Gaza, following Hamas’ terror attacks.
Councils are at the whim of multinational transport firms when it comes to local transport
Amid rising attacks on Muslims in the UK, the former Faith Minister launches a thinly-veiled broadside against Sunak’s Government, and calls for a new civil rights movement in Britain
New strict penalties for laughing gas use – including prison sentences – have led critics to warn of the ban’s potential to divert resources from more severe crimes and push the drug into a dangerous, unregulated market.
Opponents of the Conservative candidate to replace Nadine Dorries described the payments as “startling”, Josiah Mortimer reports
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.
A climate protester sent to prison twice this year tells Josiah Mortimer the Government has its priorities all wrong