The Conservative Party may well be on the wrong side of public opinion – as well as history – when it comes to its lack of commitment to tackling the climate emergency
Despite climate-denying spin, almost 50% of voters rank reaching net zero carbon emissions highly important for the country – new polling for Byline Supplement by Omnisis reveals
Byline Times digs into a new hard-right outfit boosted by Lord Bailey of Partygate
“Apparently, he is ‘putting Ashfield on the map’. I think he is making us a laughing stock” one constituent said
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
Huge losses in the Selby and Ainsty and Somerton and Frome by-elections are signs of a Conservative Government heading for a landslide defeat at the next general election
Labour’s Deputy Leader made a welcome pledge to end the ‘good chaps’ approach to Government, which allowed sleaze and corruption to persist under the Conservatives.
The strategy being employed by the Government seems to be clear: using the veil of impartiality provided by ‘independent’ reviews to legitimise its agenda, Adeeb Ayton argues
Russia’s use of cluster bombs is leaving Ukraine fighting sub-optimally against a weapon it doesn’t have, writes Brian Latham
Byline Times investigates the financial and ideological links surrounding the Michaela School, delving into their potential impact on educational policies and practices.
Former government drugs adviser tells UK government to unblock research on psychedelics, citing “remarkable” treatment potential
With the Government’s flagship policy in legal disarray, will the Conservative leadership finally stand up for the rule of law or continue stoking their culture wars?
The decision to charge journalists to cover the event has been condemned as a threat to media freedom
Both Labour and Lib Dems are tactically channelling resources for the forthcoming by-elections, eyeing Tory-held seats. But there’s no sign of a formal pact
Despite Government claims, a total of 272 contracts by NHS England and NHS Supply Chain Coordination have not been made public
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.
‘Stopping the boats’ and making immigration a key issue is the only strategy the Prime Minister has to keep a core Conservative base come the next election
Eight years since the landmark independent inquiry began and six months after it delivered its report, there has been no practical response from the Home Secretary
The disgraced former Prime Minister’s long career at the top of British politics should be a matter of national shame
As the Privileges Committee concludes whether Boris Johnson was in contempt of Parliament over Partygate, the former PM’s opponents are preparing to oust him from office