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Sam Bright

Sam Bright is Byline Times’ Investigations Editor and the author of Fortress London: Why We Need to Save the Country From its Capital.

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‘Crony Bill’ To Tackle Procurement Scandal Passes First Commons Hurdle After Government ‘Handed Out Public Contracts Like Sweeties to Friends’

, 27 January 2021
The proposed law would ensure that ministers cannot get away with awarding contracts to friends of the Government without facing scrutiny, reports Sam Bright

Conservatives Divided: Scourge of Lockdown Sceptics Neil O’Brien MP Receives Government Backing

, 27 January 2021
The Twitter warrior has been turning heads in Cabinet, reports Sam Bright

Trade Between Britain and Ireland Falls by Half After Brexit

, 26 January 2021
The Brexit bomb has detonated beneath the UK economy, reports Sam Bright

EXCLUSIVE Flagship Scheme to Create 250,000 Jobs for Young People has Only Recruited 1,800

, 22 January 2021
The Chancellor’s programme to help 16 to 24-year-olds find employment is currently falling well short, reports Sam Bright

Biden Must Wage a Civil War Against Social Media Companies, On Behalf of American Democracy

, 21 January 2021
To achieve the unity he promises, the new President must take on the online platforms that are radicalising the US, argues Sam Bright

EXCLUSIVE Government Reveals Total Expected Cost of Nightingale Hospitals

, 20 January 2021
As of Monday, just 12 patients were being treated at London’s 4,000-capacity Nightingale facility, while the taxpayer continues to fork-out for these improvised hospitals

Plastic Patriotism: GB News’ Foreign Funders

, 19 January 2021
Andrew Neil’s Union-Jack-branded platform is backed by a range of foreign and right-wing interests, reports Sam Bright

EXCLUSIVE Rishi Sunak’s Universal Credit Plan Would Reduce Support for his Own Constituents By £5 Million

, 18 January 2021
The Chancellor is pushing for a reduction of Government assistance that would have a direct impact in his back yard

‘No Profiteering’ But Government Paying £1,000 a Day for Test and Trace Consultants

, 18 January 2021
One private consultancy firm is being paid £900,000 a-day to work on Baroness Dido Harding’s operation, an official has revealed

EXCLUSIVE ‘Frustrated, Disappointed, Disillusioned’: Fishermen Warn of Worse to Come As Brexit Bites

, 15 January 2021
The betrayal of the fishing industry through Britain’s withdrawal from the EU shows no signs of abating, reports Sam Bright

EXCLUSIVE New £2 Million School Laptop Deal Awarded to Firm That Gave £105,000 to Tory Party

, 14 January 2021
Sam Bright reports on the latest Government contract awarded to a firm that has funded the Conservative Party

Government Advisor Told Followers to ‘Buy Shares’ in Parler – Three Days Before Platform Dropped Offline

, 12 January 2021
A former Conservative and Brexit Party MEP, now giving business advice to the Government, told his followers to invest in a now-inaccessible social media platform accused of harbouring the alt-right

UPDATE Government Says It Will Hand-Pick Public Questions for COVID Press Conferences – Then U-Turns?

, 11 January 2021
An independent polling company will no longer select the public questions asked at the controversial Downing Street briefings, Sam Bright reveals

EXCLUSIVE ‘Bumps to Overcome’: UK-EU Exports Fell By £39.8 Billion in Months Before Brexit

, 11 January 2021
Brexit is stoking an international trade crisis while exports are being pummelled by the pandemic, reports Sam Bright

EXCLUSIVE Former ‘Test and Trace’ Boss Given Green Light to Lobby Government After Just Four Months in New Corporate Role

, 9 January 2021
A senior member of Baroness Dido Harding’s team has joined a company previously awarded £140 million in COVID-19 contracts – and will be able to begin lobbying her former colleagues sooner than the rules usually allow

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