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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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EXCLUSIVE Government Refuses to Release Correspondence Sent to The Times Over Axed Carrie Johnson Story

, 21 September 2022
Under pressure from Downing Street, the newspaper withdrew a story about Carrie Johnson being offered a lucrative role by her future husband when he was Foreign Secretary

‘Emily Maitlis is Right – the BBC should be Telling the Public the Truth when the Government is Lying’

, 30 August 2022
The Corporation does not know how to respond to the dangerous populism we find ourselves in, writes former BBC journalist Patrick Howse

‘Boris Johnson Completely Obliterated the Line Between Journalism and Politics’

, 25 August 2022
Julian Petley explores how the outgoing Prime Minister embodies the triumph of the Conservative political-media nexus

How the Tabloid Press Misleads on Migration

, 17 August 2022
The Byline Intelligence Team take a look at how media reporting on immigration and asylum can spread misinformation about the weaponised issue

EXCLUSIVE Dorries’ Dinner with Lord Evgeny Lebedev

, 15 July 2022
The Culture Secretary enjoyed the hospitality of the British-Russian newspaper proprietor weeks before Putin’s invasion of Ukraine

EXCLUSIVE Lord Evgeny Lebedev Joins Enterprise Run by Saudi Ruler Accused of Approving Killing of Journalist Khashoggi

, 1 July 2022
The owner of the Evening Standard and Independent has reinforced his ties to the authoritarian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, reveals Sam Bright

Behind Closed Doors: The Murdoch Soirée the Public Isn’t Party To

, 22 June 2022
Under Boris Johnson, the press baron is back in town like hacking never happened, says Mic Wright

Anatomy of a Cover-Up: How Number 10 Killed the Times Story About Boris and Carrie Johnson

, 20 June 2022
The Prime Minister succeeded in making the Times remove their story, without a single legal threat, or even an on-the-record denial, reports Adam Bienkov

‘Carriegate’: How the Prime Minister and his Hacks Scratch Each Others’ Backs

, 20 June 2022
The mystery of a disappearing story about Boris Johnson’s wife once again confirms the merger between the political and media classes distorting British democracy, says Hardeep Matharu

The Punditocracy and the Subversion of Progress

, 24 May 2022
How is the modern media environment emboldening people who want to destroy popular social justice campaigns for their own personal gain?

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

How Boris Johnson has Spread and Benefitted From Deeply Sexist Attitudes in Politics

, 29 April 2022
The Prime Minister has pushed sexist tropes about women – while being given a free pass by those parts of the press which also trade in them, reports Adam Bienkov

Britain’s Foreign Media Oligarchy

, 14 April 2022

Operation Rebrand: Munira Mirza

, 4 February 2022

Attack Journalism Is Old News

, 16 November 2021
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