Sian Norris is Byline Times’ Chief Social and European Affairs Reporter
The Home Secretary is introducing new proposals to detain all men who arrive in the UK via Channel crossings, as the Lords seek to defeat a clause in the Bill that would make it harder for women to successfully claim asylum
A new report from the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe takes aim at hate speech, vilification and scapegoating of LGBTI people in the UK
As the headlines focus on Partygate, and the talking heads debate what Partygate tells us about this Government, what has the Government been up to?
The Conservative Party could soon elect the UK's richest-ever Prime Minister, while after 12 years of Conservative-led Governments millions struggle in poverty
Nearly half of migrants with no recourse to public funds surveyed by a migrant rights charity said the hostile environment left them 'too scared' to access healthcare
New polling shows that English voters lack faith in our democracy – with mistrust of democratic systems a key driver for far-right support
With inflation now at 5.4% and the cost of living soaring with it, the humble oat has become an avatar of moral virtue in a right-wing culture war, Sian Norris reports
The Culture Secretary has announced sweeping changes to BBC funding will mean an end to elderly people being threatened by the Beeb – but are elderly people really going to prison for not paying their licence fee?
Successive Home Secretaries have made ending modern slavery a priority – but new clauses in the Nationality and Borders Bill could make identifying victims harder, Sian Norris reports
‘The Met’s Reputation is More Important than My Safety’: Can the Sarah Everard Murder Inquiry Rebuild Women’s Trust in Policing?
Women's groups have raised concerns that the narrow confines of the Angiolini Inquiry – combined with a failure to grapple with women's safety – means lessons won't be learned
The Government's New Plan for Immigration, as set out in the Nationality and Borders Bill, wants to deter people from making Channel crossings and support women and children – but will it do so?
The long-running case featured interventions from an international network of 'religious freedom' giants in the US and Europe – showing the power of the global anti-rights movement