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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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‘Gold Standard of Broadcasting Impartiality’? New BBC Board Member Sir Robbie Gibb Recently Championed Boris Johnson

, 30 April 2021
The latest appointment to the BBC’s executive team said the Prime Minister has ‘all too often been misunderstood and maligned’ only four months ago, reports Sam Bright

EXCLUSIVE David Cameron Spent £93,000 of Taxpayer Cash on Downing Street Residence Renovations During Austerity Years

, 28 April 2021
The former Prime Minister spent significant sums upgrading his living quarters while preaching public-sector restraint, Sam Bright reports

Westminster’s Apathy Over ‘Let Bodies Pile High’ Allegations

, 26 April 2021
Some sections of the mainstream media are downplaying or distorting claims that the Prime Minister voiced a stark disregard for people’s lives during the Coronavirus crisis, says Sam Bright

Government of the Redacted, by the Redacted, for the Redacted

, 23 April 2021
Sam Bright reports on how officials have struck-out crucial information in two uncomfortable cases

‘We Did Everything We Could’: Four Reasons Why the Government’s COVID Narrative is False

, 21 April 2021
PPE procurement, Test and Trace, Nightingale hospitals, ventilators... Sam Bright rebuts the official rhetoric with some facts

EXCLUSIVE Lex Greensill Spoke in Government Capacity at Event Hosted by Minister and Attended by 160 Delegates

, 20 April 2021
Sam Bright reveals the Australian businessman had access to dozens of senior Government procurement officials at a single briefing

EXCLUSIVE Government Departments Breaking Guidance on Board Members’ Conflicts of Interest

, 19 April 2021
Sam Bright reports that major departments have failed to log the interests of their non-executive directors

EXCLUSIVE Political Links to Firm that Prompted Greensill Demise

, 15 April 2021
Sam Bright reports how a former Downing Street director of communications, a diplomat and an ex-First Minister of Wales all have ties to the company that worked in tandem with Greensill

‘We’re Living in a Bizarre Fantasy World’: Alastair Campbell on Boris Johnson, Brexit and Labour

, 12 April 2021
The former Downing Street communications chief is incensed about the state of politics and the media

Dido Harding Hands More Power to Local Health Teams in NHS Test and Trace Trial

, 9 April 2021
After months of pressure, more responsibility has been handed to local contact tracers, reports Sam Bright

EXCLUSIVE ‘Relationship Management’: Daily Mail Pressured Government to Delete Tweet Criticising ‘Misleading’ COVID Article

, 7 April 2021
For fear of upsetting the newspaper, the Government removed a rebuttal of one of its stories, Freedom of Information requests reveal

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