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26 March 2020,
Doctors outside London describe the “calm before the storm” as the capital deals with a Coronavirus “tsunami”.
24 March 2020,
Mark Conrad continues his report on the NHS’ battle to save lives, while early national data outlines those most at risk.
19 March 2020,
While Britain struggles to tackle a rising tide of Coronavirus infections, Mark Conrad reports from an NHS frontline in need of timely guidance – and resources.
18 March 2020,
Mark Conrad reports on how, despite pressure on the Health Secretary Matt Hancock to routinely test NHS staff to suppress the Coronavirus, no plans are forthcoming.
3 March 2020,
As Boris Johnson plans controversial Free Trade Zones, Mark Conrad reports on how UN Sustainable Development Goals are at risk due to the expansion of trade fraud.
20 September 2019,
Portuguese prosecutors this week charged Rui Pinto with 147 alleged offences, including claims he hacked the emails of a major football club and sports investment firm.
15 July 2019,
Members of the EU’s anti-corruption committee warn Portugal over treatment of Rui Pinto ahead of crunch meeting tomorrow.
11 July 2019,
Byline Times today launches a new series on how organised crime is destabilising entire economies by rinsing its dirty cash through the legitimate finance system.
18 June 2019,
As Rui Pinto, the man behind the Football Leaks website is detained without charge in Lisbon a leading anti-corruption politician has stepped forward to make the case for his release.
13 June 2019,
While the Football Association and Kick It Out strive for improvements, a new survey reveals shocking attitudes among those who attend top-level matches.
EXCLUSIVE Suspicious Betting Detected across Seven More Countries this Year including the UK, UEFA is told
5 June 2019,
Football’s European governing body has acted quickly to support Spanish police investigating match-fixing and money laundering. Now matches across Europe are under scrutiny.
28 May 2019,
Kick Back: Two ex-Real Madrid players arrested as part of crackdown on corruption, money laundering and match fixing.
17 May 2019,
A ‘symbiotic’ relationship has developed between Far Right and Daesh-inspired forms of extremism referred to the controversial Prevent Strategy, a leading police officer has warned.
26 April 2019,
A senior member of a suspected Russian mafia accused of laundering money through Spanish football has been found dead at his home while on bail.
23 April 2019,
As ISIS claims responsibility for the Sri Lanka bombings, Byline Times looks at the broader threat posed by radicalised supporters returning from conflict zones - and how Britain's response relies on local public bodies.
18 April 2019,
MEPs have backed "Daphne's Law" amid concerns over the treatment of citizens and journalists who expose corruption and malpractice in the public interest. But key exemptions remain in place.
UPDATE Kick Back: French prosecutors discuss Rui Pinto “Immunity” Deal in return for Whistle-blowing
15 April 2019,
As Portuguese authorities prepare their case against the alleged Football Leaks "hacker" Rui Pinto, France discusses cutting a deal to help identify financial threats to the sport.
11 April 2019,
Following confirmation that Julian Assange has been arrested - twice - today, Byline Times provides the background to his legal battles and asks which allegations will be prioritised.
8 April 2019,
As Whitehall publishes plans to tackle online abuse, Conservative and Labour big-hitters issue stark warning over UK elections
4 April 2019,
An emotional letter to Byline Times from a child abuse survivor has reignited debate over Boris Johnson's claim that Britain's CSA inquiry is a £60m waste of money.
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