Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
Attorney General Barr appears to be living up to his nickname of the “Coverup General,” this time by burying the substance of the Mueller report and selectively editing the information that will see the light of day.
The Daily Mirror should have come clean about blagging and hacking to murder cops – and saved police time and money, says John Ford.
While the detective leading the inquiry into the television presenter's murder says the case will never be solved, Byline Times reveals a crucial clue the police missed.
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?
The Age of Ministerial Irresponsibility: The cabinet ministers who got away with facing the consequences of disastrous decisions.
BREAKING Mueller Summary: the Obstruction Case Leaves a Cloud of Doubt Hanging over Trump’s Presidency
Attorney General Barr’s hasty decision to let Trump off the hook on obstruction of justice leaves a cloud of doubt that will linger for the remainder of Trump’s presidency.
How much longer can our mainstream press escape the consequences of their false reporting and dangerous rhetoric around our Muslim communities?
As every day brings more uncertainty, Otto English asks how long will it take Brexit voters to accept that they have fallen prey to a vast Ponzi scheme?
The Christchurch terrorist created a misleading historical narrative of how Christians and Muslims have interacted over time. Mike Stuchbery explains why this is so dangerous.
Christchurch: Where Does this Terror Come From? Former Chief Prosecutor on Child Sexual Abuse Speaks Out on Islamophobia
Nazir Afzal, OBE, decries the Far Fight exploitation of the victims of child sexual abuse in 'street grooming' cases in Britain's northern towns, and explains how 'endless Islamophobia' and propaganda provokes violence
For too long we've relied on unwritten norms to underpin our governance - norms of honesty, shame, resignation or apology for misleading parliament and the public or breaking ethical rules and professional guidelines... We need a written constitution to protect the public...
As the country lurches towards March 29th - Zugzwang Brexit is where our politicians are now at. So what can be done?
A weekly comprehensive round-up of what others are writing about the looming exit of the UK from the European Union.
A week after Mike Stuchbery became subject to targeted harassment and threats of violence, he reflects on the impact it has had on his life.