Byline Times – what the paper’s DON’T SAY – provides a comprehensive round-up of what other’s are writing about the looming exit of the UK from the European Union
Otto English argues that ‘an eye for an eye leaves everybody blind’ and that an advanced democracy like […]
Mike Stuchbery challenges Mark Zuckerberg to stop enabling Stephen Yaxley-Lennon’s hate and asks you to help him
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Without a written constitution, our governance relies on abiding by norms of good behaviour with the backstop of […]
As Ford threatens to quit the UK and each day brings more catastrophic news – staying silent is no longer an option.
Does the UK need more centrism or has it been the cause of the current malaise facing the […]
The problem for the 66 million passengers trapped on this progressively bumpy flight is simple. If no deal is made – we plunge from the sky. It would be every bit as catastrophic. Theresa May is stubbornly and imprudently fiddling with switches when she should be evincing an emergency landing.
Evidence against executives and editors is piling up in the civil courts, but newspapers are just buying their way out of trouble. The right place for this is the criminal courts, which means the Met must act
Project Fear is ‘Project Bleeding Obvious’. A nation that can’t grit a few roads in Surrey is unlikely to be able to manage the carnage of Hard Brexit.
While it’s sometimes fairly lazy to find a contemporary angle to finish on, Rudolf’s story does bring to mind several political leaders as of late, unable to take the reins and engage with a fracturing, divided populace.
We can’t wait for the Government to make our crisis-hit prisons places of change. Byline Times’ Social Affairs Editor Hardeep […]
Planet Brexit can be reached, the spaceship is coming, we simply have to extract the metal bits from our bras and check that we have set our watches correctly.
Amidst the growing clamour for a second referendum to break the parliamentary impasse around her Brexit deal, some Whitehall insiders are claiming that Theresa May could use a clever ‘three-card-trick’ to force her unpopular deal through.
In 2018, the BBC dropped the ball in covering three of the biggest news stories of the year, inextricably linked with the future of this country: the Cambridge Analytica scandal, the stealing of millions of people’s data and then its manipulation during the Brexit referendum; campaign group Vote Leave’s over-spending in the run-up to the vote; and the questionable finances of Arron Banks, the donor who bankrolled the unofficial campaign to leave the EU, Leave.EU.
Unearthed reveal Treasury minister Liz Truss met with representatives of five US libertarian groups at the UK taxpayers cost. But her political remarks have been censored
Calls for change from within the press are welcome but will make no lasting difference. The only workable […]
Lord Victor Adebowale, chief executive of the charity Turning Point and crossbench peer in the House of Lords, […]
A study of Aristotelian “catharsis” should be obligatory for football managers. A while ago, ex-footballer Liam Rosenior wrote […]
Michael Janofsky explains how the 2018 Mid Term elections haven’t resolved anything, only intensified the antipathies of the Republic.
The EU citizens turning to philosophical psychotherapy to help them cope with Brexit
Sayid Javid’s connivance with the US prosecution and potential death sentence of former British citizens is a calculated appeal to a hardcore Brexit article of faith – the return of the death penalty.