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Sian Norris

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

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At the Crossroads of Freedom

, 29 October 2021
Sian Norris speaks to Professor Lea Ypi and reflects on the threats to freedom and democracy hanging over Europe – and their historical roots

Autumn Budget: Women and Children First?

, 27 October 2021
While there were welcome announcements on family spending and low pay, the Autumn Budget fails to rollback the inequality caused by 11 years of Conservative austerity

EXCLUSIVE Water Companies have Paid Nearly Half a Billion in Fines for a Decade of Violations

, 26 October 2021
As the Government faces criticism for its Environment Bill, new data reveals the extent of fines paid by the UK's water companies

EXCLUSIVE Number of Migrants Returned to EU Rises Since Brexit

, 26 October 2021
Data analysed by Byline Times reveals the numbers of EU migrants being returned to their home country or another EU state in the first quarter of 2021 was higher than in previous years

The Right is Using Gender Critical Feminists as ‘Human Shields’ Over Trans Issue

, 25 October 2021
Footage from a fringe meeting at Conservative Party Conference raises questions about the right's relationship with radical feminists over the fight for trans rights

Why Did Labour Lose the Military?

, 22 October 2021
In 1945, the armed forces vote helped sweep Labour to power – but in modern politics the military vote is more likely to go to the right

UPDATE A Pig's Ear? Brexit Christmas Chaos and a Confused Immigration Policy

, 19 October 2021
Pork butchers were already welcome to the UK on the Government's new Skilled Workers Route, as it launches a short-term scheme for butchers on seasonal workers visas

BREAKING Slovakia's Latest Abortion Battle Linked to International Anti-Gender Networks

, 18 October 2021
Abortion is under threat in the Central European country – with the latest attack forming part of a global backlash against reproductive and sexual rights from the right

Confirmed: Herd Immunity was ‘Inevitable Outcome’ of Government’s Coronavirus Approach

, 12 October 2021
Byline Times warned the public about ‘herd immunity’ from the beginning of the Coronavirus crisis – now two influential House of Commons committees have concluded that it was the result of Boris Johnson’s handling of the pandemic in its early stages

Conservative Donors, Turning Point USA and the US Capitol Attack

, 12 October 2021
A man charged with assaulting police officers in Washington D.C. on 6 January arrived at the riot on a bus organised by Turning Point USA. Sian Norris explores the transatlantic background of the youth conservative group

The Far-Right’s Corruption Paradox

, 11 October 2021
Sian Norris explores why populist and far-right leaders win on anti-corruption platforms only to be accused of exploiting their positions for personal gain

Antisemitism and Misogyny in the Far-Right: A Toxic Combination

, 7 October 2021
A new report reveals the overlap between antisemitism and misogyny in the far-right – a hatred with a long and ugly history

Rehashing Failure: Johnson Announces Previously Unsuccessful Scheme as Answer to Attracting New Teachers

, 6 October 2021
In a speech light on policy, Johnson announced a 'levelling-up' premium to encourage teachers to move to areas where they are needed most – after a similar 2015 policy was scrapped due to low uptake

Boris Johnson Betrays a Common Misunderstanding of Misogyny

, 6 October 2021
Making hateful behaviour directed at women because of their sex a hate crime does not mean adding cat-calls to the statute books, says Sian Norris

Raab Praises the ‘Second Chance Society’ While Ignoring Government Cuts to Youth Services

, 6 October 2021
The Justice Secretary used his Conservative Party Conference speech to praise youth services giving troubled young people a second chance, while a decade of austerity left those same young people with few places to turn

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