Byline Times’ exclusive report on the loopholes in the Brexit Party PayPal funding led to a visit from the elections watchdog which subsequently revealed impermissible donations – but questions remain.
The threats posed by technology to our democratic processes will only get worse in the years to come unless action is taken, MP Damian Collins warns.
After Carole Cadwalladr challenged Director General Tony Hall over dark money lobbyists, the BBC have responded with new guide lines.
Otto English’s investigation into the parliamentary candidates selected so far by Nigel Farage’s party – and those who paid the non-refundable £100 online application fee but haven’t made the cut.
In the wake of Labour concerns about ‘dark money’ influencing British elections, Turlough Conway looks deeper at Nigel Farage’s US registered World for Brexit.
Kyle Taylor of the Fair Vote campaign says the war of words between Scotland Yard and the Electoral Commission over electoral law breaking proves Britain needs urgent legislation.
Even though they’re crucial to the security of future elections, the British institutions supposed to be safeguarding democracy are playing the game of passing the buck.
Though most people assume Steve Bannon-style populism arrived with Brexit in 2016, the planning, the people, and the project first came together three years earlier.
The judge who led the Public Inquiry into Press ethics has revealed he ‘knew’ some national newspaper editors were lying to him under oath about phone hacking, Byline Times can report today.
Now the Electoral Commission has agreed it’s likely that the Brexit Party broke electoral laws during the European Elections, it is legally obliged to return impermissible donations with 30 days of receipt.
Turlough Conway, who broke the story of the Brexit Party’s questionable PayPal funding structure, provides an analysis of what must now be done to safeguard our electoral processes.
Shahmir Sanni reveals how two of the contenders to replace Theresa May cannot absolve themselves of responsibility for wrongdoing during the EU Referendum.
Turlough Conway, who broke Byline Times’ exclusive investigation into the Nigel Farage and PayPal affair, says the Electoral Commission have a duty to check key elements in the Brexit Party’s funding.
Byline Times provides a profile of twenty of Nigel “Man of the People” Farage’s candidates for this week’s Euro Elections, and they look very much like the elites he rails against.
After Byline Times’ exclusive investigation into Nigel Farage’s claims of unprecedented crowd funding and donations to his new party, we call for an urgent and thorough investigation from the Electoral Commission
In an exclusive interview, Labour MP Stephen Kinnock questions why nothing has been done about allegations of electoral wrongdoing in the 2016 Referendum and speaks about how his new parliamentary inquiry will be on the case.
Following Channel 4’s revelations that Nigel Farage’s Leave EU campaign faked inflammatory photos of sexual attacks and staged videos about migrants, Byline Times has evidence of more racist propaganda sourced from the Kremlin.
As Whitehall publishes plans to tackle online abuse, Conservative and Labour big-hitters issue stark warning over UK elections
In the light of multiple investigations into Brexit online campaigns, Byline Times asks whether our election data is secure or could be misused in future votes.
With the country on the edge of a snap general election or second referendum in an age of digital psyops, is our electoral system equipped for votes to be free and fair?