The UK’s first post-Brexit free trade agreement with Australia was so rushed that protection for niche British products was overlooked, according to a Parliamentary report
The Murdoch press’ reaction to Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s defeat shows that it sees itself as the media arm of Australia’s major right-wing political party, says CJ Werleman
Participating in an event with American foreign and security experts and politicians recently, former British diplomat Alexandra Hall Hall was taken aback by their views on the state of the UK
The policy of sending people seeking asylum to camps and centres ‘offshore’ has led to criticism and human rights abuses – but the UK Government is doing it anyway
CJ Werleman reviews a new Australian National University report, providing horrific new details of China’s abuse of political prisoners
Ben Ramanauskas critiques the outlandish ideas of influential Brexit economist Professor Patrick Minford Several weeks ago, Professor Patrick Minford of Cardiff University – one of the most influential economists in pro-Brexit circles – claimed that the UK’s free trade deal with Australia would be worth £69 billion to the UK economy, the equivalent of 3% of GDP.…
CJ Werleman reports on how the appeal of the baseless conspiracy theory is taking hold in Australia, where anti-vaxxer protestors are using QAnon to speak out against lockdowns
Katharine Quarmby explores why Britain’s story of transportation – the biggest forced migration in its history – has largely been buried
The toxic influence of right-wing radio has played a role in the country’s changing fortunes when it comes to the Coronavirus pandemic, says CJ Werleman
As the details of Boris Johnson’s trade deals are unveiled, two farmers spoke to Byline TV about the pessimistic post-Brexit future of their industry
Otto English dissects the disadvantages that a free trade agreement between the two countries would bring to the UK
CJ Werleman warns that, though it may play well in domestic politics, the bellicose rhetoric over China’s strategic threat may lead Scott Morrison’s Government little room to manoeuvre
While Fox News and other outlets have polarised Australia, the US and UK, CJ Werleman fears that an even ruder shock awaits us
CJ Werleman charts the success of the state of Victoria in getting a grip on the Coronavirus – despite the efforts of the right-wing media to discredit its popular left-wing Premier Dan Andrews
After damning revelations of war crimes committed by Australia’s special forces were revealed to the public it is time the British Government faced up to its own bloody history in the Middle East writes Steve Shaw
CJ Werleman reports on how the Australian right-wing press appears to be minimising the shocking murder of 39 Afghans
Speaking exclusively to the Byline Times Podcast, Kevin Rudd discusses his campaign to establish a Royal Commission into the need for media diversity in Australia
CJ Werleman reports on calls for a royal commission into News Corp in Australia, following James Murdoch’s comments that his father’s media empire ‘legitimises disinformation’
CJ Werleman explores why the Australian journalist Jonathan Swan was able to sidestep deference and put the American President on the spot as others have been unable to do
CJ Werleman considers how alarming environmental developments have been sidelined again as the world deals with the Coronavirus crisis
CJ Werleman reports on new outbreaks in Melbourne, which have led to a spike of new Coronavirus cases and reversed the grip the country had successfully established over COVID-19
From his experience talking to elite US and Australian combat units, CJ Werleman fears the worst for Donald Trump’s militarisation of policing
The Prime Minister’s attempts to show his understanding of Aussies and New Zealanders fell flat this week – as have his attempts for post-Brexit trade
CJ Werleman argues that those flocking to beaches at the weekend and flouting social distancing measures to tackle the COVID-19 outbreak cannot be called patriotic.
Chris Sullivan reviews an adaptation of the Booker Prize-winning novel that explores the boundary between banditry and rebellion.
Murdoch-owned tabloids control nearly 70% of Australia’s newspapers – providing the country’s right-wing political establishment with the space to deny the consequences of climate change.
How the defeat of Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party in the 2019 General Election fits within a wider global shift to the right.
CJ Werleman examines how Australia’s mainstream news media is feeding white nationalist extremist views into normal political discourse and how those in power are reluctant to do anything about such terrorism.