Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
Otto English has one simple way to cut through the years of bickering over Britain's exit from the EU - put Nigel Farage in charge.
Adi MacArtney on the debate in British institutions about how to account for their colonial past.
Faisal Khan on why the BJP Prime Minister's win in India's general election is concerning for minorities in the world's largest democracy.
CJ Werleman explains the logic behind attempts to escalate tensions in the Gulf: it's all about bluster, and arms deals
Chani Klapka, one of the 3.1 million EU citizens resident in the UK and eligible to vote in the Euro Elections, describes her Kafkaesque experience.
Why Boris Johnson's politicised intervention on a prisoner's temporary release – a case he will know nothing about – is dangerous.
The milkshake has emerged as a potent tool in showing the Far Right in the UK for what they are – cowards and frauds, argues Mike Stuchbery.
Mike Stuchbery draws strength from history and argues that anyone who cares about stopping the Far Right, now fighting in a Europe-wide alliance, needs to vote in the Euro Elections this Thursday
After Byline Times' exclusive investigation into Nigel Farage's claims of unprecedented crowd funding and donations to his new party, we call for an urgent and thorough investigation from the Electoral Commission
CJ Werleman sees a familiar pattern in the stoked-up tensions between the US and Iran, and once again the media is failing to check the march to war.
BREAKING AstroTurfers of Britain Part Two: Who is Behind Brexit Party Recruitment and its PR Makeover?
Otto English delves deeper into Claire Fox and Spiked Online's close connection to Nigel Farage's new party, and discovers another PR executive involved in recruiting potential MEPs.
Nineteen months after the murder of Daphne Caruana Nicola and with no proper official investigation, a group of Maltese journalists are filling the gap
Stephen Komarnyckyj on a cache of hacked materials that shed a disturbing light on the culture of a man and an organisation once hailed as champions of transparency.
Peter Jukes argues that the public broadcaster is easily gamed by bad actors and vested interests who can break the rules with impunity - just like so many other key British institutions.
Stephen Colegrave interviews Dr Scilla Elworthy about her business approach to peace, and the qualities of feminine intelligence for women and men as essential skills in building a safer world.