Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
CJ Werleman argues that if the US President is a shape-shifting salesman, his customers bear responsibility for his deadly racism and bigotry
With black people being disproportionately affected by the Coronavirus in the US and the UK, African governments must be proactive in protecting their populations and prevent the virus' damaging social side-effects
The Prime Minister's attempts to show his understanding of Aussies and New Zealanders fell flat this week – as have his attempts for post-Brexit trade
CJ Werleman reports on how violent right-wing extremists have been empowered further following the murder of George Floyd and the protests of the Black Lives Matter movement
In the second of Byline Times’ new series dedicated to giving a platform to new voices of colour, Amina Shareef explains how George Floyd's last words resonate across the world
Boris Johnson won an election on the promise of a deal with the EU that would be ready to go – he should stick to his word, argues Mike Buckley
More than 50 years ago, Richard Nixon decided to deliberately vilify and disrupt black communities in America through his ‘War on Drugs’ – the consequences of which must be tackled if fresh calls for an end to racial injustice are to succeed
CJ Werleman explores how the right to bear arms and racial injustice in America have always been intertwined – a relationship which can be seen again in the reaction of gun advocates to Donald Trump's use of force against protestors now
With protests taking place across cities in America following the murder of George Floyd, CJ Werleman considers whether the country could descend into all-out conflict sparked by continuing racial injustice.