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Sian Norris

Sian Norris is Byline Times’ Chief Social and European Affairs Reporter

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Home Office Consultation on New Immigration Plans Labelled ‘Public Relations Exercise with Pre-Determined Outcome’

, 30 April 2021
In an open letter, refugee rights and human rights charities have accused the Home Office consultation on changes to immigration policy as failing to consider the priorities of people seeking asylum

PTSD In NHS Workers Linked to Lack of PPE

, 29 April 2021
A groundbreaking study into the psychological impact of COVID-19 pandemic on NHS workers finds that PPE shortages were associated with severe mental health symptoms, Sian Norris reports

Schools Face Government Stealth Cuts Worth Millions for Most Disadvantaged Pupils

, 27 April 2021
The Education Secretary accused Labour of moaning and complaining, as schools express anger about changes to Pupil Premium funding

‘A Kick in the Teeth’: Requirement for Schools to Provide Samples of Students’ Work for Exam Grades Sparks Anger Among Teachers

, 27 April 2021
A blog published on the Government's exams regulator website has been criticised for loading schools with extra work, while betraying a lack of trust in teachers

‘A Deep Hostility to Women’s Equality’: More Accusations of Police Misogyny in the Spy Cops Inquiry

, 23 April 2021
The latest hearing in the ‘Spy Cops’ inquiry revealed how officers infiltrated the Women’s Movement with a culture of institutionalised sexism that paved the way to sexual abuse, reports Sian Norris

‘Most British Institutions Pander to the Mail’s Blackmailing and Racism’

, 20 April 2021
As attacks by right-wing tabloids on female academics intensify, Sian Norris explores why they appear to be able to publish such material with impunity

‘Depths and Depths of Dysfunction’: Are Universities Failing to Tackle Sexual Assault?

, 16 April 2021
Sian Norris speaks to protestors in Warwick who are demanding that their university takes action on sexual assault – but is the sector as a whole failing to protect women students?

‘Landmark’ Domestic Abuse Bill Does Not Protect Vulnerable Migrant Women

, 16 April 2021
The Government voted against amendments to the Domestic Abuse Bill that would have improved access to justice for migrant women, Sian Norris reports

Why Does the Home Office Respond Faster to Immigration Cases that Attract Media Attention?

, 14 April 2021
When prominent campaigner Dahaba Ali tweeted that she had been refused settled status, the department responded quickly on social media – is this part of a pattern? asks Sian Norris

EXCLUSIVE Mainstream Conservatism and Far-Right Extremism – An Increasingly ‘Blurred Distinction’

, 12 April 2021
The Council of Europe’s European Conservatives and Democratic Alliance brings together UK Conservative MPs with neo-fascist politicians, Sian Norris reports

EXCLUSIVE Race Report: Moving Away from ‘BAME’ Could Make Research into Structural Racism ‘Impossible’, Experts Warn

, 9 April 2021
A recommendation to disaggregate the term ‘Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic’ risks creating a ‘league table’ of stigma of different minority groups, say campaigners and academics

Potential Blood Clot Risk of COVID Vaccine Shines a Spotlight on Inequality Around Women’s Health

, 8 April 2021
The news that under-30s will be offered an alternative to the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab has sparked a debate about women’s reproductive and contraceptive healthcare, reports Sian Norris

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