As the Channel 4 true-crime series finishes, Byline Times looks at the extraordinary five police investigations into the only Metropolitan Police officer the Morgan family ever trusted
Sarah Hurst reports on the targeting of Petr Verzilov and how the President is pulling out all the stops to ensure a 1 July vote on sweeping changes to the Russian Constitution goes in his favour
Following a front page story giving a platform to JK Rowling’s abusive ex-husband by the Sun newspaper, Emma Jones speaks to campaigners about why the lives of women who have suffered domestic violence seem to be valued less in society than men’s
John Sweeney reports on a new series of allegations against one of Britain’s best-known PR men
Ellin Stein considers whether Times Radio could be part of a wider campaign against public service broadcasting in the UK
With Boris Johnson handing out millions of pounds of public money to subsidise a cheerleading press, Brian Cathcart says that the corruption is so brazen it takes your breath away.
With a public inquiry into their handling of the COVID-19 crisis looming, Brian Cathcart sees signs that the Government’s cheerleaders are helping to make scientists the scapegoats
The Secret Scientist starts her new insider series for Byline Times by reminding us that there is not just ‘one science’, and its validity rests on constant probing and peer review.
With calls being voiced for journalists not to criticise the Government over its handling of the COVID-19 outbreak, Otto English explores why this has never been more essential.
Editor of Scram News, Sam Bright, explains why the notion that critical journalists are the problem in this crisis has to be swiftly rejected.
To celebrate the first week of Yorkshire Bylines, a regional news site developed by YesWeWork using the Byline Times news template, Richard Sadler celebrates the formidable Captain Moore.
Brian Cathcart explains why the press asking for public money to help them through the Coronavirus pandemic must follow the same reasoning they applied to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
Alex White reports on how, unlike the British popular press, the most widely-read Spanish newspapers hold their Government to account.
Brian Cathcart explains why political parties should back calls in a letter published today in the Financial Times to commit right now to holding a public inquiry into the UK’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The science didn’t change – the politics did. Peter Jukes follows an inflammatory and disastrous theory as it spread rapidly through the British body politic.
Brian Cathcart on why reporting that helps people form a balanced understanding of the Coronavirus outbreak so that they can make up their own minds in an informed way is absolutely vital.
On the 33rd anniversary of his brother’s unsolved murder, Alastair Morgan describes how the culture of lies and institutional corruption surrounding the case have infected our media, our politics – and our future.
Gawain Towler spills the beans on the fast and furious task of being Nigel Farage’s right-hand man, an era which seems to have drawn to a close with the end of the Brexit Party.
Brian Cathcart on how the Sunday tabloid admitted that it published a false defamatory story about a member of the public, but still dragged her through court.
Former BBC producer Patrick Howse speaks to those inside the Corporation about the threats facing it at the hands of Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings.
Peter Jukes on the kompromat in the first Whittingdale Scandal and the strange confluence of interests between the tabloids and Vladimir Putin.
Former Labour MP and Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) committee member Ian Lucas considers what John Whittingdale’s return to the department as a minister spells for the future of the public service broadcaster.
It is as if the football club is playing an away fixture, uphill, under rules written by the opposing side – which also happens to employ the referee, argues Brian Cathcart.
Fleet Street Veteran Liz Gerard Congratulates Boris Johnson’s Communications Director for Finally Exposing the Truth about the Lobby System.