Written by

Sascha Lavin

EXCLUSIVE Boris Johnson’s Telegraph Meetings Leave No Paper Trail

, 22 June 2022
No notes were recorded at two meetings between the Prime Minister and his ‘real boss’ at the outset of the pandemic, reports Sascha Lavin

EXCLUSIVE Government Refusing to Declare Boris Johnson’s Meetings at Height of First COVID Wave

, 17 June 2022
The Cabinet Office is withholding information about the Prime Minister's meetings over a crucial 43-day period, Sascha Lavin reports

Home Truths: Boris Johnson is Weaponising the Housing Crisis

, 15 June 2022
The Government's new housing proposals reinforce a cynical narrative about 'skivers versus strivers' perpetuated by the Conservatives over the last 12 years, argues Sascha Lavin

Putin’s Playbook: Civilians As Targets

, 3 June 2022
On the 100th day of Putin’s invasion, Sascha Lavin considers how and why the Russian President has pursued a brutal war against civilian populations in Ukraine and beyond

A Man’s World: Special Advisor Jobs in Whitehall Dominated by Men

, 23 May 2022
A Byline Intelligence Team analysis puts Westminster’s gender imbalances into context

EXCLUSIVE Police Forces Forced to Pay £5.3 Million in 2,000 Out of Court Settlements

, 20 May 2022
Sascha Lavin reveals the vast scale of claims made against the police, for everything from unlawful arrest to assault

EXCLUSIVE Conservative and Vote Leave Links to Remote Learning Organisation Set to Become a Government Body

, 17 May 2022
Sascha Lavin investigates the political ties of an online education provider that has won millions in state contracts

EXCLUSIVE Hancock Meeting with Tech Giants That Won £1.3 Billion in COVID Contracts Declared 21 Months Late

, 11 May 2022
Sascha Lavin reports on a very belated update to the Department of Health and Social Care’s record of meetings held during the pandemic

EXCLUSIVE Russell Group University Assets Burgeon Under Conservative Rule

, 29 April 2022
As students and lecturers face tougher circumstances, the wealth of their institutions has risen markedly in recent years, reports Sascha Lavin

EXCLUSIVE People Hosting Ukrainian Refugees Still Subject to Bedroom Tax, Government Confirms

, 28 April 2022
Public housing tenants will still face spare bedroom penalties – even if that bedroom is used to host a Ukrainian refugee, reports Sascha Lavin

EXCLUSIVE UK Officials Rub Shoulders with Sanctioned Russian Arms Firms at World Defence Show

, 22 April 2022
Experts cast doubt on the logic and morality of the Government’s decision to attend a Saudi arms fair alongside firms held responsible for the devastation in Ukraine

EXCLUSIVE ‘Profiting from Putin’s Russia’: Quarter of Council Pension Funds Invested in Russian Firms

, 25 March 2022
Sascha Lavin reviews the extent to which UK councils have propped up the companies linked to Putin’s war effort

EXCLUSIVE The Brexit Build Back Botch: Businesses Visited by Boris Johnson See Profits Collapse

, 2 March 2022
Sascha Lavin explores the reality behind the Prime Minister’s economic exaggerations

EXCLUSIVE Controversial Met Knife Crime Scheme Disproportionately Targets Black People

, 25 February 2022
Data exposed by the Byline Intelligence Team reveals the racial biases of another London policing programme

The Biggest Intergenerational Gaps in Modern Britain

, 17 February 2022
Sascha Lavin considers the vast, unspoken inequalities that exist between young and old

COVID Hindsight and the Lockdown Parties

, 2 February 2022

Racism, Sexism and School Exclusions

, 27 September 2021

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