Sian Norris is Byline Times’ Chief Social and European Affairs Reporter
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Sian Norris took the temperature of Euroscepticism in EU countries and found that Brexit wasn’t inspiring copycats across the continent
‘Really Scary’ and ‘Utterly Reckless’: Schools Feeling Exposed to COVID-19 by Government Centralisation
Sian Norris reports on confusion and concern in the education system as key workers accuse Gavin Williamson’s department of incompetence and failing to listen
The dropped charges against the Conservative MP accused of rape reveal shortcomings which mean rape survivors rarely see justice done in England and Wales, reports Sian Norris
Sian Norris reports on plans for the provision of new services by a group which links abortion with Satanic Ritual Abuse, believes delaying abortion decisions is justified, and links it to suicide
Sian Norris reports on protests in Poland following the latest round of assaults on women’s rights by the Law and Justice Party and asks: why is the EU standing by and doing nothing?
How is a libertarian and ‘family values’ narrative being used to normalise and mainstream far-right attacks on women and minority communities?
The myth of live abortions is a key talking point in the anti-abortion movement – more than anything we need to understand the white supremacist motives of these attacks on women’s reproductive rights, reports Sian Norris
Campaigners fear that stark legislative proposals are helping to normalise a repressive discourse around reproductive rights in which concessions may be inevitable
Romania’s proposed bill to ban mention of ‘gender identity’ across education is the latest assault on an already vulnerable community’s rights