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30 August 2019,
After Carole Cadwalladr challenged Director General Tony Hall over dark money lobbyists, the BBC have responded with new guide lines.
22 August 2019,
Our sister organisation Byline Festival will be kicking off tomorrow, with four days of thought-provoking talks, workshops and performances.
26 July 2019,
Will a cleansing anti-cyclone come and blow the oppressive suspicions and rumours away and re-establish the primacy of public service in the interests of the nation rather than party, and the principle that no one is above the rule of law?
19 July 2019,
The sight of Donald Trump surrounded by thousands of his supporters chanting “send her back” this week was chilling. But the reaction to it can give us a cause for hope.
12 July 2019,
The far right's collusion with Vladimir Putin is now well-documented, but support from the left puts democracy in even greater danger.
4 July 2019,
Even though they're crucial to the security of future elections, the British institutions supposed to be safeguarding democracy are playing the game of passing the buck.
28 June 2019,
This week Boris Johnson told us: "I paint the passengers enjoying themselves on a wonderful bus" – a useful 'dead cat' from the big question marks hanging over his plan for Britain and his competency in leading it.
14 June 2019,
With Boris Johnson emerging as a clear candidate to succeed Theresa May as Conservative leader and to enter Number 10 Downing Street as Britain’s next Prime Minister, it’s time to think the unthinkable and speak of the unspeakable.
3 June 2019,
Brexit Party MEPs will now sit in Europe’s highest law-making body as the elected representatives of the people of Britain. Who are they and why does it matter?
EXCLUSIVE Property, Finance, Hedge Funds, Lobbying, Media: a Guide to the Brexit Party’s Elite MEP Candidates
19 May 2019,
Byline Times provides a profile of twenty of Nigel "Man of the People" Farage's candidates for this week's Euro Elections, and they look very much like the elites he rails against.
16 May 2019,
After Byline Times' exclusive investigation into Nigel Farage's claims of unprecedented crowd funding and donations to his new party, we call for an urgent and thorough investigation from the Electoral Commission
26 April 2019,
Byline Times will never let activism lead our journalism, but our journalism will sometimes - we hope - lead to activism.
24 April 2019,
A today's session of the UK parliamentary committee on Human Rights, Commander Adrian Usher made a surprise shot across the bows of the growing climate change protest movement.
11 April 2019,
There are many reasons to be concerned about the founder of WikiLeaks begin extradited to the US – but publishing the truth isn't one of them.
11 April 2019,
Exclusive research by The Overtake reveals that party once led by Nigel Farage has the worst attendance record across the whole continent
9 April 2019,
Byline Times' regular wire-service rounding all the bad news fit to print about Britain's pending exit from the EU
8 April 2019,
The unprecedented, unpunished rebellion of shadow cabinet members against a three-line whip raises the question: is Jeremy Corbyn only the ‘spiritual leader’ of the Labour party?
2 April 2019,
Byline Times regular update on all the news about Britain's pending exit from the EU
29 March 2019,
In the light of multiple investigations into Brexit online campaigns, Byline Times asks whether our election data is secure or could be misused in future votes.
29 March 2019,
Now seems like a good time to launch a new newspaper – but not for the reasons many expect. The heart of our paper will be investigations. We will follow the story wherever it goes, without fear or favour. No PR company, advertiser or press baron can influence the stories we choose.
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