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The Great Loan Charge Scandal
Ahead of a vote in Parliament, Steve Packham from the Loan Charge Action Group, argues that botched tax legislation and ruthless enforcement is driving thousands to despair
Mad Rush Towards a Second Wave
Byline Times’ chief medical officer Dr John Ashton considers why and how the Government is so keen to return to ‘business as usual’
As Prevent Fails Again, It’s Time to Defund Counter-Terrorism and Rethink Safe Societies
As failings continue, we must acknowledge that the counter-terrorism industry cannot keep people safe, argues Muhammad Rabbani
For Once, Gove Was Right – Britain Needs a Roosevelt-Style New Deal
With a historic depression looming and millions of jobs at risk, Mike Buckley argues that now is the time to do more than echo the words of the President who rescued the US from the Great Depression
'A Hard Rain': Johnson, Gove and Cummings Drive Britain Towards Elective Dictatorship
David Hencke reports on the radical moves to undermine parliamentary democracy by Boris Johnson's chief advisor and the Cabinet Office Minister
In the Search for Truth, We Have to Take Off Our Masks
Reverend Joe Haward considers what the pursuit of truth really involves and how knowledge of this is being manipulated by our politicians
When it Comes to Trump and his Supporters, Can Intolerance be an Act of Love?
CJ Werleman argues that if the US President is a shape-shifting salesman, his customers bear responsibility for his deadly racism and bigotry
Black People are Dying in the West due to COVID-19 – How Can Africa Avoid the Same Fate?
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
Communities Need to Take Contact Tracing into their Own Hands
'Test, trace and isolate' is not working and is unlikely to work well anytime soon. With the Government failing, community medics and volunteers reveal how we can save ourselves
OUR LIVES MATTER: I Have Died Many Times – A Black Woman's Experience
Chantel K Watts shares her thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement and asks: who is standing up for black women?
The Radicalisation of Katie Hopkins
In the week her Twitter account was suspended, Otto English looks back on how the mainstream media and the tabloid press paved Katie Hopkins' path to the extremes
Hubris and Technology Triumphalism in the Government’s £12m COVID-19 Contact Tracing App
Paul Dempsey shows how ‘big data’ cannot replace ‘no data’ and that the UK’s centralised plan to combat the Coronavirus was flawed at the outset
As with Air Travel, Take-Off and Landing are the Most Dangerous Parts of a Pandemic
Byline Times’ chief medical officer, Dr John Ashton, explores the Government's failings in entering lockdown and now leaving it
Jeux Sans Frontieres - Boris Johnson Gives Up Controlling the UK Border
Though it made much of controlling the borders, Mike Buckley reports how the Vote Leave Government is abandoning the principle at great cost to business and the NHS
Rashford and Racism: Not Just A Political Football
Daniel Harris explains why the star footballer's fight to right injustices provides an example for us all of how to delve into pain and confront the truth
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