Rishi Sunak and Boris Johnson privately backed the same road-pricing schemes the Conservatives are now attacking the London mayor over.
From the Bedroom Tax to Work Capability Assessments, the Government is accused of systematically failing disabled people
Lib Dem leader Ed Davey tells Byline Times he backs ‘minimum service’ requirement on Lib Dem MPs after Nadine Dorries fails to speak in Parliament for over a year
Max Colbert and Josiah Mortimer explore the Conservative Party Deputy Chairman’s links to the hard-right former lad’s mag editor
As the climate crisis worsens, our politicians are increasingly giving in to the demands of corporate lobbyists
With politicians moving into TV talk shows and entertainment, can celebrities, sports stars and social media influencers move the other way, and make a difference in politics?
EXCLUSIVE INVESTIGATION: Some of the same people that noted surgical masks were useless for airborne viruses also made decisions to limit the use of effective respirator masks: a decision that had devastating ramifications when the pandemic struck.
This deception seems to be becoming part of a deliberate strategy by Conservative Party HQ.
If a new ‘Hijab and Chastity Bill’ succeeds with no condemnation from voices abroad, the international community will be culpable, writes Parisa Hashempour
Student housing has never been known for its quality but, in recent years, the system has been pushed to breaking point
There have been growing concerns among regulators about the potential misuse of sustainability-linked loans
Cultural vandalism takes many forms, writes Josiah Mortimer
Calls for the UK to leave the European Convention on Human Rights shouldn’t be viewed as mere sabre-rattling – as many did with Conservative promises to leave the EU, writes Nicholas Reed Langen
This could be just the tip of the iceberg of MPs’ promotion of industries and firms that donate to their campaign coffers.
he NHBC is the country’s largest building control inspector says it is ” independent of Government and the construction industry”. But its corporate affairs team has strong links to the Conservative Party
How is a shopping site operating in the UK able to market knives seemingly at school kids without sanction? Katherine Denkinson investigates.
Dr Chris Day’s legal campaign exposed a ‘gap in the law’, which deprived 54,000 junior doctors of statutory whistleblowing protections
Just one in nine local council audits are now conducted on time – which researchers blame on a privatised system
If there’s any risk future climate change may be worse than we’re anticipating, we must double-down on decarbonisation even more urgently, writes Charlie Gardner
Even the key showdown over the Illegal Migration Bill in the chamber had just 6,000 views
The British National Party – currently £205,000 in the red – relied on the Government’s furlough scheme
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
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