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‘The Brexit Lies that Literally Made Us All Poorer’

, 17 January 2023
Iain Overton examines the lack of consequences for the Brexiters that promised us sunny uplands

The NHS and Brexit: What We Now Know

, 5 January 2023
Sam Bright examines the contribution of Brexit to our current healthcare crisis

Kemi Badenoch Carries on Liz Truss’ Tufton Street Traditions

, 14 November 2022
The International Trade Secretary is due to speak at a Koch-founded libertarian ‘think tank’, reports Sam Bright

‘The Myth of a Benign Brexit Immigration Policy’

, 5 September 2022
Martin Shaw replies to economist Jonathan Portes' recent Byline Times article, which argued that the Government's post-Brexit immigration system is a 'rare success'

This Septic Isle

, 23 August 2022
Brexit is compounding, not relieving, the UK’s slurry of economic and environmental problems, says Rachel Morris

Bendy Bananas and the Myth of Draconian EU Laws

, 9 August 2022
James Grace explores the number and nature of EU rules on the UK statute book

The ‘Far-Righting’ of the Conservative Party

, 21 July 2022
Martin Shaw considers how the Conservatives have incorporated radical right-wing politics since the onset of the great Brexit debate

Penny Mordaunt is the Heir to Boris Johnson’s Lies

, 18 July 2022
One of the leading candidates to become Prime Minister is refusing to withdraw a series of false claims she has made during the contest, reports Adam Bienkov

The Britannia Unchained Gang: Why the UK’s Next Prime Minister May Well be Its Worst

, 8 July 2022
Replacing a self-interested opportunist with doctrinaire ideologues will be nothing to cheer about, argues AV Deggar

Boris Johnson's Only Legacy Will be Failed Vanity Projects and a Large Bill

, 8 July 2022
For a man so obsessed with his own image, the outgoing Prime Minister will leave few relics behind him, reports Adam Bienkov

EXCLUSIVE Who Are Johnson’s 22 Big Money Backers? And Did They Influence the No Confidence Vote?

, 9 June 2022
Sam Bright and Max Colbert dig into the potential impact of Tory donors on the survival of Boris Johnson as Prime Minister

The Single Market Taboo Won't Last Forever

, 7 June 2022
Martin Shaw explains why a softer Norway-style Brexit was derailed by Boris Johnson's anti-immigrant rhetoric, and how the tide may be slowly turning

EXCLUSIVE The Cost of Brexit: Brits Say EU Exit Drove up Prices, New Poll Finds

, 27 May 2022
An exclusive poll for Byline Times finds that seven-in-ten voters believe leaving the EU has made life in the UK more expensive

EXCLUSIVE Conservative and Vote Leave Links to Remote Learning Organisation Set to Become a Government Body

, 17 May 2022
Sascha Lavin investigates the political ties of an online education provider that has won millions in state contracts

How the French Far-Right Is Copying the Digital Campaigning Tricks of Brexit

, 5 April 2022
A new report into Eric Zemmour’s social media in the run-up to the French elections shows how Britain's Leave campaigns during the EU referendum created a controversial template

The Disaster that Dare Not Speak Its Name

, 22 November 2021

The Reckoning: Brexit and the Legacy of Lies

, 25 January 2021
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