Footage reveals the British commentator, promoted by Donald Trump, promulgating the conspiracy theory of Muslim immigration that inspired the Christchurch terror attack.
Dr Jennifer Cassidy on why Kim Darroch’s resignation after leaked emails revealed his criticisms of Donald Trump’s administration are such a blow for the rule of law.
‘My Three-Year Battle with the DWP Over PIP: I Just Didn’t Want to Go On’
Otto English on his attempts to discover who Nigel Farage’s parliamentary candidates – announced by the Brexit Party leader last month but never formally identified – actually are.
Paul Canning reveals the Labour Leadership’s alarming tendency to mitigate the crimes of the Kremlin.
Both overpayments and underpayments by the Department of Work and Pensions have soared to unprecedented levels according to the National Audit Office
Jonathan Portes, Professor of economics and public policy at King’s College London, on why the UK has long been a country shaped by immigration and immigrants – and how the reality of this is not as bad as the rhetoric portrays.
Molly Greeves on why Alabama’s abortion ban should jolt those in the UK into action to secure rights to the procedure in Northern Ireland.
With the likely next Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, praising Britain today as the ‘Greatest Place on Earth’ all the unlearned lessons of Empire are coming back to haunt us.
After an Electoral Commission investigation into Brexit Party PayPal donations, Otto English has questions about their recruitment of MPs.
Iain Overton on where power has always resided in Britain – and why the horse is its ultimate symbol.
Alex Varley-Winter reports on how British Citizens resident in the EU are left in a ‘void’ by UK politicians about the risk of being made ‘illegals’.
Otto English on why the Brexit Party MEPs’ decision to turn their backs on the EU’s anthem is more worrying than just being a mere stunt.
With US ‘migrant detention centres being compared to concentration camps, Alex Varley winter reports on how Britain has its own problem with non-criminal prisons.
Documents from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) tell a tale of a ministry not fit to handle informing millions of women born in the 1950s that they would lose their pensions and complacent politicians unwilling to take action.
Otto English on how a Prime Minister who will be remembered only for Brexit still has a chance to guarantee her place in posterity for something else.
This week Boris Johnson told us: “I paint the passengers enjoying themselves on a wonderful bus” – a useful ‘dead cat’ from the big question marks hanging over his plan for Britain and his competency in leading it.
Part Two of David Hencke’s investigation into the human and financial cost of MP Chris Grayling’s long list of now infamous blunders – in his current position as Transport Secretary.
In a new Byline Times series, ‘City for Sale’, film-maker and writer Tom Cordell outlines the reasons behind the housing crisis, the role played by politicians and the property and financial sectors, and the possible solutions.
Otto English on why celebrities, who know very little about the political issues they are offering views on, should stick to their métier.
Mike Stuchbery explains how a journalist’s targeting of neighbours who recorded the prime minister-in-waiting has more in common with East Germany’s infamous secret police than they do.
New figures obtained by Byline Times and a recent report by the Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration indicate that the Government is now attempting to reduce the scale of its controversial policy.
He’s likely to be our next Prime Minister and said the public wants politicians who say it like it is. These queries from James Hanning should pose no problem to Boris Johnson then
A case has been brought by the Medical Justice charity against the Home Secretary on the challenging of possibly unlawful deportations.
David Hencke digs into new research published by the Department for Work and Pensions on the cost of compensating millions of women who lost out on pensions when the state pension age was raised from 60 to 66.
Fighting the system while grabbing its perks – Otto English on the Brexit Party MEPs’ big day out in Brussels.
Hardeep Matharu explores the 30th anniversary of the end of the Berlin Wall and how and why the building of walls is making a worrying comeback – in the US and elsewhere.
A case has been brought to challenge the Home Office’s policy of giving migrants just 72 hours’ notice of potential deportation.
Stephen Colegrave talks to two journalists relentlessly exposing media criminality. Featured in a recent BBC Radio 4 documentary, Graham Johnson and Dan Evans are reformed journalists who now expose corrupt practices and illegal activities in the British media. Graham was the only reporter to have voluntarily come forward to admit to phone hacking in his…
John Mitchinson on the life and times of Ignácz Trebitsch and the prescient lessons our politicians can take from his grisly demise.
In the second part of his profile on the Tory leadership favourite, Otto English explores Boris Johnson’s use of realpolitik in his drive towards grabbing the keys to No. 10.
With Boris Johnson emerging as a clear candidate to succeed Theresa May as Conservative leader and to enter Number 10 Downing Street as Britain’s next Prime Minister, it’s time to think the unthinkable and speak of the unspeakable.
Natalie Bloomer and Samir Jeraj report on how the tragedy at Grenfell Tower still hasn’t led to change for others living in poor conditions.
Boris Johnson finally launched his bid to become Britain’s Prime Minister today, and it’s clear that the same dark money and data are behind him.