Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
Populist, anti-elitist, libertarian? Nigel Farage's new party doesn't have any 'members' and is secretive, authoritarian and looks like a one man dictatorship.
Extinction Rebellion is meeting London Mayor Sadiq Khan today, and tomorrow Environment Secretary Michael Gove and Shadow Chancellor John Mcdonnell. But the hope lies in fearless cities, not tepid symbolism.
Byline Times will never let activism lead our journalism, but our journalism will sometimes - we hope - lead to activism.
The threat of environmental catastrophe has led a growing group women to become so concerned about bringing that they have gone on birth strike.
Louise Raw argues that the commentator and former free schools boss Toby Young has a track record attacking people with special educational needs.
After the PM refused to meet Greta Thunberg yesterday, the Treasury shuns an important committee Inquiry about climate change this morning
Louise Raw counters some of the myths around the former EDL founder and argues there is only one antidote if Robinson announces his candidacy
Otto English on the weird moral maze of would-be Brexit Party MEP Claire Fox and her Spiked Network.
As ISIS claims responsibility for the Sri Lanka bombings, Byline Times looks at the broader threat posed by radicalised supporters returning from conflict zones - and how Britain's response relies on local public bodies.
Stephen Colegrave argues that the media is both uninformed and under-estimating this radical new activist movement.
On St George's day, Matthew Durkin argues that Andrew Marr of all people should know the real grievances behind the Brexit vote — English nationalism.
Carl Benjamin, the would-be UKIP MEP for South-West England, must recognise that he speaks out of both sides of his mouth when it comes to issues such as racism and misogyny.
Otto English describes how the tragedy of Notre Dame and the sense of solidarity and reflection that followed were quickly over-run by conspiracy theories and hate.
Oliver Norgrove, a former Nigel Farage admirer and Vote Leaver staffer, explains how Brexit broke itself on the back of 'grotesque simplifications'.
Long time campaigner for whistleblowers and hacktivists, @auerfeld , argues that the fight against extradition of Julian Assange to Trump's America is the real cause célèbre