Honestly held opinions and provocative argument based on current events or our recent reports.
Otto English on how a Prime Minister who will be remembered only for Brexit still has a chance to guarantee her place in posterity for something else.
CJ Werleman asks the darkest of all questions: what will happen in India the day after a handful of would-be violent “jihadist” terrorists carry out an attack motivated by Modi's Hindu nationalism?
In a new Byline Times series, 'City for Sale', film-maker and writer Tom Cordell outlines the reasons behind the housing crisis, the role played by politicians and the property and financial sectors, and the possible solutions.
Liam Gallagher's Been Pontificating on Knife Crime – But has he Heard of the 'Dunning Kruger Effect'?
Otto English on why celebrities, who know very little about the political issues they are offering views on, should stick to their métier.
German Foreign Minister Recognises Far Right "Terrorism Problem" while British Politicians Normalise it
CJ Werleman on how the UK is “sleepwalking” into a domestic right-wing terrorism crisis despite warnings from the police.
Mike Stuchbery explains how a journalist's targeting of neighbours who recorded the prime minister-in-waiting has more in common with East Germany's infamous secret police than they do.
Mike Stuchbery sheds some light on the heated debate ignited by New York congresswoman Alexandra-Cortez
Fighting the system while grabbing its perks – Otto English on the Brexit Party MEPs' big day out in Brussels.
Iain Overton reports on how publicity around British landmine clearance efforts tend to ignore the War on Terror and the rise of IEDS.
"They think they have No Choice but to Take their Own Lives" – The Shame of Australia's Manus Island Must End
CJ Werleman explores what it will take to shift the Australian Government's controversial policy of sending refugees from Asia and the Middle East to offshore detention facilities.
With Boris Johnson emerging as a clear candidate to succeed Theresa May as Conservative leader and to enter Number 10 Downing Street as Britain’s next Prime Minister, it’s time to think the unthinkable and speak of the unspeakable.
CJ Werleman on why the international community should hang its head in shame over its failure to help stop the genocide still ongoing in Myanmar.
Boris Johnson finally launched his bid to become Britain's Prime Minister today, and it's clear that the same dark money and data are behind him.
Mike Stuchbery examines the funding and support for Far Right figures delivered under the guise of journalism.
With the former SNP MP sentenced to 18 months in prison for embezzlement, court reporter James Doleman ponders the utility of incarceration for non-violent crimes.