In an exchange on BBC Radio 4’s ‘PM’ programme, the MP was shut down by Evan Davis when he mentioned this newspaper’s special investigation into the now suspended GB News presenter Dan Wootton
The manner in which the Conservatives’ anti-net zero campaign has been waged has resonant parallels with that which produced Brexit, writes Julian Petley
The GB News anchor has been suspended from his £600,000-a-year primetime show, and fired from his £250,000-a-year MailOnline column. Here we tell how his fall was inevitable, following Byline Times’ special investigation
The war between GB News’ Laurence Fox and Dan Wootton led to the presenter being suspended following a day of drama at the news channel – after the broadcaster remained largely silent on allegations exposed by Byline Times’ special investigation
The Chair of Parliament’s Culture, Media and Sport Committee wrote to the Channel following the extensive allegations against Wootton, as reported by Byline Times.
Reflecting on a decade of court reporting, James Doleman explains how the apparent formality helps take the emotion out of awful events and focus on the evidence
The GB News presenter has said he would ‘never out’ anybody – but our returning special three-year #MediaToo investigation examines his role in revealing men as gay through the pages of The Sun and News of the World
The heavily-publicised protests were not quite the grassroots movement the right-wing press made them out to be
This newspaper will continue its special investigation into TV presenter Dan Wootton and expose wrongdoing in the established media – without fear or favour
The inside look at how a Times columnist with ties to coal mining, distorted climate data in The Times – while the press regulator turned a blind eye
As the hedge fund-backed news channel continues to platform star presenter Dan Wootton, Byline Times reveals the ‘racism, sexism and misogyny’ risking the future of the broadcaster
In the eighth part of its three-year special investigation into the private and professional conduct of GB News star Dan Wootton, Byline Times uncovers how the powerful journalist used the pretext of ‘underwear modelling’ to target young reality TV personalities. Here, for the first time, these people in the public eye speak out
Sinead O’Connor’s passing has seen tabloid tributes about her talent and fearlessness – ignoring how the singer was demonised by the same newspapers when she was alive
A government ad campaign poured cash into national newspapers during the pandemic. Byline Times is one of a number of signatories to a submission on the scheme to the COVID Inquiry
A softly-softly approach to the newspaper’s reckless journalism has failed – now the ‘regulator’ has been challenged to make a landmark choice, writes Brian Cathcart
In the fifth part of our three-year special investigation into the private and professional conduct of GB News star Dan Wootton, Byline Times can reveal how The Sun and MailOnline have been protecting their star celebrity journalist
An Extinction Rebellion spokesperson says their complaints about misleading climate reporting have been left gathering dust.
Byline Times digs into a new hard-right outfit boosted by Lord Bailey of Partygate
Conservative MP Dame Caroline Dinenage has asked the tabloid’s editor Victoria Newton about this newspaper’s investigation into the influential TV presenter
There is a stark contrast in the response to the closure of Nigel Farage’s Coutts account – and bank account closures of progressive organisations in 2015
A big problem facing UK politics is that both main political parties see the status quo as in their narrow self-interest, writes former diplomat Alexandra Hall Hall
In the second part of its three-year investigation, Byline Times examines the professional conduct of the TV presenter when he was a leading editor at Rupert Murdoch’s powerful British tabloid
How did they allow a threadbare tale from a totally discredited news source to swamp the airwaves and the news pages, asks Brian Cathcart
The former Brexit Party Leader’s claims to have been politically persecuted by the banks have been taken at face value by publications that really should know better
With complaints about the notorious column on the grounds of harassment, inaccuracy and racial discrimination dismissed by IPSO, this ruling will have no effect on the conduct of the press, writes Brian Cathcart
With a mendacious former Prime Minister now returning to work for the press which enabled his rise, the moral bankruptcy of the media-political class is complete
Boris Johnson’s new job at the Daily Mail is the perfect example of how failure is rewarded in British political and media life.
The costs awarded in the Cadwalladr libel case suggest journalists reporting in the public interest are vulnerable to legal harassment
The very limited authority of the UK press industry’s tame watchdog is under assault from its members, vividly exposing the contradictions in its make-up, writes Brian Cathcart
As the newspaper is put for sale, a widely-publicised report claiming ‘only’ 1,700 lives were saved by lockdown – which was splashed on its front page – is not what it seems
The crisis and corruption in the British press is one of the biggest, ongoing scandals of our time. Byline Times tips its hat to Prince Harry
The Duke of Sussex’s testimony is the first to be given by a senior royal to a civil court in more than 130 years
Artificial intelligence has already made its way into newsrooms – what are the risks?