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Exposing the Conservative Hedge Fund Scandal: Better Late than Never – Or Too Little Too Late?

, 3 October 2022
As Kwasi Kwarteng faces questions over his attendance at a cocktail party with financiers, Byline Times’ Editor Hardeep Matharu asks why this newspaper’s warnings from three years ago about the influence of hedge fund donors in politics were ignored

Liz Truss’ False Energy Bill Cap Claim has Misled Public, Poll Finds

, 30 September 2022
Six in 10 voters believe the Prime Minister's false claim that the Government is capping total household energy bills at £2,500 a year, reports Adam Bienkov

Tax Cuts For The Rich, Benefit Cuts For The Poor?

, 30 September 2022
Following news that benefits may rise with earnings, not inflation, Sian Norris and the Byline Intelligence Team asks: who will be hardest hit? And is this an inequality economy?

Conservative MPs Fear Liz Truss is Pushing the UK Economy to Disaster

, 29 September 2022
The Prime Minister's Brexit-driven ideology is pushing the UK economy off a cliff and her own MPs fear they may not be able to stop her, reports Adam Bienkov

‘The Iceberg Heading Straight Towards the Government is Housing Market Crash’

, 28 September 2022
Experts explain how ‘the wheels could come off’ the British economy as a result of Liz Truss and Kwasi Kwarteng's reckless approach, reports Sam Bright

The Creation of the Great British Plutocracy

, 28 September 2022
Money rules in modern Britain, writes Rachel Morris

EXCLUSIVE Jacob Rees-Mogg’s Funding Ties with Dirty Canadian Pipeline Giants and Palm Oil Deforestation

, 26 September 2022
Rees-Mogg's appointment as Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Secretary suggests the Government is not committed to its own net zero aims, reports Nafeez Ahmed

Kwarteng Rewards Wealthy Men While Punishing Poorer Women

, 26 September 2022
The mini-budget is another worrying sign that the new Government is downgrading the importance of women’s rights, reports Sascha Lavin

Liz Truss’ Economic Shock Doctrine Will Only Help the Richest

, 23 September 2022
The Chancellor has announced a series of massive tax cuts for high earners and corporations, which have seen the pound slump and the value of Government bonds fall. Why is the Prime Minister risking turning an economic crisis into a disaster?

An Alternative Budget: How Much Could be Raised Through Wealth and Profit Taxes?

, 23 September 2022
Sam Bright considers the benefits of taxing the richest people and corporations

Three Years On from ‘No Deal’ Emergency: Operation Yellowhammer is Our Reality

, 22 September 2022
We are now living through the bleak predictions made in the Brexit contingency report in 2019, says TJ Coles

Will Museums be a Casualty of the Cost of Living Crisis?

, 20 September 2022
High energy bills and pressure to provide warm banks for the public are threatening the cultural sector's recovery from the pandemic

‘The ‘Britannia Unchained’ Gang are on the Wrong Side of the Home Working Revolution’

, 16 September 2022
Traditional, hierarchical attitudes to work are going to stifle the economic growth that Liz Truss so craves, argues Rachel Morris

What Does the New Prime Minister Mean For Britain’s Oligarchy Problem?

, 15 September 2022
Oliver Bullough considers how a changing of the guard in Downing Street may influence attempts to crack down on kleptocrats

Do Tax Cuts for the Rich Boost Growth? This New Study Says Not

, 15 September 2022
Liz Truss’ proposal to end the cap on bankers’ bonuses is unlikely to spur economic growth, reports Sam Bright

This Septic Isle

, 23 August 2022

Beware the Charter Cities Conspiracy Theory

, 15 August 2022

Liz Truss: A Prime Minister for the Super-Rich

, 12 August 2022
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