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Sian Norris

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

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Government Resettled Just 353 Refugees Last Year, Prompting Concern from Rights Groups

, 28 May 2021
Refugee rights campaigners have expressed concern that the Government’s New Plan for Immigration lacks clarity on the future of the resettlement scheme, reports Sian Norris

Why Johnson’s Meeting with Viktor Orbán Is Provoking Controversy

, 28 May 2021
Hungary's authoritarian Prime Minister will meet Johnson at Downing Street – but what will the pair find to talk about? Sian Norris sums up the controversies surrounding Viktor Orbán

Report on Workplace Racial Disparity Contradicts Sewell Report and Government Narrative of 'Agency'

, 27 May 2021
Research by a recruitment consultancy shows that black employees are less likely to get pay rises than their white colleagues – even when they negotiate. Sian Norris reports.

Matt Hancock Accused of Repeatedly Lying to Government Colleagues, Confirming Health Worker Concerns

, 26 May 2021
The evidence presented by Dominic Cummings to MPs about Matt Hancock echoes accusations made by frontline health workers, reports Sian Norris

BREAKING Report into Conservative Party Finds Majority of Complaints Relate to Anti-Muslim Discrimination

, 25 May 2021
The Singh investigation reveals that comments made by the Prime Minister gave an impression of insensitivity towards the Muslim community, Sian Norris reports

Anti-Abortion, Anti-LGBTIQ Organisation Opens First University in Poland

, 24 May 2021
A member of the UK’s House of Lords and a duchess linked to the British Royal Family will attend the launch of Ordo Iuris’ new university later this week

EXCLUSIVE ‘Gaslit by Government’: NHS Staff Tell of Mental Health Impact of PPE Shortages

, 14 May 2021
As the Good Law Project and EveryDoctor UK take the Government to the High Court over PPE, Sian Norris talks to staff working on the front line without protection

BBC’s ‘Three Families’ Shows How the Fight For Abortion Rights in the UK Continues

, 14 May 2021
A primetime drama about abortion in Northern Ireland shows that there is more work to be done to protect a woman’s right to choose in the UK, Sian Norris argues

‘Home Office Wants to Make It Harder for Modern Slavery Victims to be Recognised’

, 13 May 2021
Stealth legislation that will come into force on 25 May, along with the New Plan for Immigration, could lead to victims of modern slavery spending longer in immigration detention, reports Sian Norris

Where The Axe Fell: The Impact of Austerity on Labour Areas

, 11 May 2021
As we calculate Labour’s electoral losses, we need to look at the uneven impact of spending cuts over the last decade, says Sian Norris

Who is Behind Spain’s Anti-Rights Movement?

, 11 May 2021
In the first of a series, Sian Norris reports on the global network behind Spanish-founded anti-rights platform CitizenGO – friends with the far-right Vox Party

UNESCO Names Brexiter Arron Banks as ‘Prime Instigator’ of Online Harassment Against Female Journalist

, 6 May 2021
A report into online violence against women journalists finds political actors and right-wing media play a significant role in spreading disinformation and inciting harassment, Sian Norris reports

Government Cuts to Reproductive Health Funding Fit into an Anti-Rights Agenda

, 6 May 2021
The international aid cuts to reproductive health services put women's lives at risk and reflect the anti-rights positions of more than one Conservative donor, Sian Norris reports

How Can Johnson Ask Donors To Fund Childcare as a Decade of Austerity Pushes Children into Poverty?

, 4 May 2021
The news that Johnson 'can't afford to be Prime Minister' rings hollow after a decade of austerity-driven child poverty, says Sian Norris

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