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18 December 2019,
Now that English Nationalism has been unleashed, Peter Jukes argues that we must all try to restore England's buried civic tolerance and historic diversity.
10 December 2019,
Peter Jukes dissects how 'No 10 sources', mainstream broadcast journalists and an army of hired online activists tried to save Boris Johnson from himself.
25 November 2019,
With Boris Johnson having suppressed a report into how Russian spies penetrated the Conservative Party and UKIP, Peter Jukes looks at how Russian interference in Brexit online campaigning set the stage for Donald Trump.
9 November 2019,
With the British Prime Minister personally intervening to suppress a parliamentary report into Vladimir Putin's 'active measures' in UK politics, Peter Jukes reveals what Boris Johnson wants to hide.
4 November 2019,
At the last session of the historic Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) Committee on disinformation and fake news, the online payment system giant joins other tech companies in declaring 'we're just a platform'.
31 October 2019,
Peter Jukes with the historical background to a new Byline Times series on a global phenomenon that best explains Boris Johnson and Donald Trump.
23 September 2019,
A documentary by Channel 4 confirms Byline Times' concerns about the potentially damaging role of hedge funds and city traders who are the Prime Minister's main financial backers.
EXCLUSIVE Good Cop, Bad Press: How a Key Witness in the Daniel Morgan Murder has been Silenced for 7 Years
6 August 2019,
Peter Jukes, host of the hit Untold: the Daniel Morgan Murder podcast, looks at a recent damages claim and a further twist in this decades-long saga.
31 July 2019,
Peter Jukes dissects the populist, nationalist ideologue's BBC performance and the Prime Minister's failure to account for his relationship to him and his company Cambridge Analytica.
Weaponising News: With a Disgraced Journalist in Number 10, the Fourth Estate is now the Fifth Battlespace
23 July 2019,
Peter Jukes looks back over three years of information warfare around the election of Donald Trump and the Brexit referendum and asks: how do we distinguish real journalism from disinformation?
21 June 2019,
Though most people assume Steve Bannon-style populism arrived with Brexit in 2016, the planning, the people, and the project first came together three years earlier.
12 June 2019,
Boris Johnson finally launched his bid to become Britain's Prime Minister today, and it's clear that the same dark money and data are behind him.
10 May 2019,
Peter Jukes argues that the public broadcaster is easily gamed by bad actors and vested interests who can break the rules with impunity - just like so many other key British institutions.
17 April 2019,
Following Channel 4's revelations that Nigel Farage's Leave EU campaign faked inflammatory photos of sexual attacks and staged videos about migrants, Byline Times has evidence of more racist propaganda sourced from the Kremlin.
Lethal Victimhood: How the Far Right’s Tactic of ‘Reverse Terror’ is Spreading into Mainstream Media
3 April 2019,
After the targeting of a Byline Times writer to the death threats against the author of a parliamentary petition, it looks like right-wing publications are pandering to the incitement tactics of the extreme Far Right - fake claims of violence
29 March 2019,
While the detective leading the inquiry into the television presenter's murder says the case will never be solved, Byline Times reveals a crucial clue the police missed.
18 March 2019,
He’s head of one of the biggest hedge funds in Europe, a major contributor to the official Vote Leave campaign, and – along with Crispin Odey – one of the largest beneficiaries of the post-Brexit chaos: but Sir Paul Marshall is more than that.
13 March 2019,
While this elite group have profited from the last three years of economic uncertainty real household incomes have dropped almost £1,000 and the average household will lose between £2,519 to £5,573 over the next 15 years.
27 February 2019,
Roger Stone's speakerphone conversation with Trump about Wikileaks and hacked emails coincides with a secretive meeting between Stone and Nigel Farage at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland that year.
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