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The Crisis in British Journalism

Byline Times investigates media monopolies, their proximity to politicians, and how the punditocracy doesn't hold power to account

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Cummings Exposes More Details of Boris Johnson’s Pact With Right-Wing Press Proprietors

, 18 May 2022
As the Prime Minister’s former chief aide reveals the direct line between Johnson and billionaire media moguls, Sam Bright explores how they may have shaped Government COVID policies

Boris Johnson Blocks Publishing Secret Lebedev Advice Due to ‘National Security' Concerns

, 12 May 2022
Boris Johnson has failed to release advice he received from UK security services about his friend Evgeny Lebedev, despite MPs voting for its release, reports Adam Bienkov

‘Bungs’ to Billionaires: Cummings Exposes Johnson’s Cash for Content Scandal

, 11 May 2022
New testimony from the Prime Minister’s former chief aide shows how the free press has been bought by the Government

‘Beergate’: It’s Time for Labour to Embrace Press Reform

, 11 May 2022
The papers will attack Starmer and Rayner more viciously than Corbyn, writes Brian Cathcart. So they have nothing to lose and everything to gain by taking them on

Keir Starmer, the Daily Mail and Durham Police: How Boris Johnson Uses the Press to Smear his Political Opponents

, 28 April 2022
Durham Police has confirmed to Byline Times that reports of the force re-examining allegations against the Labour Leader are untrue – so what is the Mail’s real motive?

Britain’s Foreign Media Oligarchy

, 14 April 2022
Sir David Barclay (left) and his twin brother Sir Frederick after receiving their knighthoods from the Queen at Buckingham Palace in 2000. Photo: Michael Stephens/PA Wire/PA Images

The ‘Big Power Off’ and the Importance of Fact-Checking

, 14 April 2022
Katherine Denkinson explores the genesis of the protest against rising fuel costs and the media’s unwitting part in promoting untruths

Parts of the Media Are Waging Psychological Warfare Against the Public

, 13 April 2022
Sections of the newspaper industry, aided by broadcasters, are engaged in a 'hyperdistortion' effort to conceal the crimes of those in power, says Sam Bright

Jeremy Clarkson, The Sunday Times and the Slave Trade: Some Basic Failures of Journalism

, 24 March 2022
In his eagerness to whitewash British history, Clarkson didn’t do quite enough research to get his facts straight, says Brian Cathcart

EXCLUSIVE The Johnson-Lebedev Letters: A Back-Channel to Vladimir Putin?

, 12 March 2022
Letters exclusively obtained by Byline Times, between Boris Johnson and Evgeny Lebedev, shed new light on how the son of a Russian oligarch and former KGB officer built such a close relationship with Britain's Prime Minister

Evgeny Lebedev: The Ersatz Kremlin Critic

, 9 March 2022
Mic Wright looks at the cute and often contradictory statements on the Russian President made by the proprietor of the Evening Standard and Independent newspapers. Photo: Matt Crossick /Alamy

EXCLUSIVE Government Refuses to Reveal Taxpayer Cost of Secret COVID Subsidy for Its Wealthy Press Friends

, 8 March 2022
Just how much cash have ministers given Murdoch, the Mail and Co to help them through the pandemic? Brian Cathcart investigates 

The Times Smears Black Lives Matter and Stonewall: Another Example of Bad, Unaccountable Journalism

, 21 February 2022
The Murdoch newspaper’s allegations about the campaigning organisations were simply false. Brian Cathcart looks at the evidence 

‘Settlement Equals Guilt,’ the Sun tells Prince Andrew. Where does that Leave the Sun?

, 18 February 2022
Brian Cathcart on the flagrant hypocrisy of Sun outrage on the subject of ‘buying off’ victims

10 Favours the Government has done its Press Friends – At Our Expense

, 15 February 2022
The corporate newspapers are playing their full part in the corruption of the UK and they are being handsomely rewarded, says Brian Cathcart

Attack Journalism Is Old News

, 16 November 2021

The IPSO Jewish Chronicle Car Crash Just Gets Worse

, 24 September 2021
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