Boris Johnson’s promise that Brexit would make Britain an “outward-looking” prosperous nation is now exposed as the lie it always was, reports Adam Bienkov
With reports that the former Cabinet minister was implicated in a second security breach in 2019, Peter Jukes and Sam Bright look back to another incident two years earlier
For a man so obsessed with his own image, the outgoing Prime Minister will leave few relics behind him, reports Adam Bienkov
Thanks to managers at the BBC, the outgoing Kuenssberg repeated lies rather than challenging them, says former BBC journalist Patrick Howse
Sam Bright digs into the recent history of Boris Johnson’s party, to explain why its centre of gravity has shifted markedly to the right
With more jobs shipped abroad by the very people who supported leaving the EU, the Byline Times Team considers which members of the Brexit battalion have moved their residences or businesses to other shores
Sam Bright explains how Brexiters are desperately trying to warp the findings of the Intelligence and Security Committee’s long-awaited report into Russian influence in British political and public life
Byline Times reports on claims made by the businessman that the UK’s specialist law enforcement organisation was politically compromised in its dealings with him and his Brexit campaign group
The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee’s final report on disinformation and fake news reveals new evidence and calls for new investigations into dark data, dark money and Russian influence in British elections.
As Steve Bannon is identified of the ‘High-Ranking’ Trump Campaign official in the Roger Stone indictment, the question of Russian collusion not only moves upwards to the President, but across the Atlantic
The first in an occasional series to accompany the UNTOLD: Dial M for Mueller podcast with Carole Cadwalldr on why Britain needs an FBI-style investigation into Brexit.