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£1.46 billion has been paid out in tax credits erroneously as civil servants are tasked with dealing with Brexit matters, according to the National Audit Office.
Iain Overton explains how the Freedom of Information Act used to be a useful tool for journalists to hold power to account. No longer.
With the Brexit Party leader mooted to take up the position of our Man in Washington, Byline Times has some important security and background checks for him.
It's not just a wealth of natural resources that makes Iran such a target, but the fact they're nationalised explains Adi MacArtney
BREAKING Civil Servants Enjoy Bumper Bonuses while Government Watchdog Slams 'Errors' which Punish the Poorest
Both overpayments and underpayments by the Department of Work and Pensions have soared to unprecedented levels according to the National Audit Office
“Climategate” Email Hacking was Carried out from Russia, in an Effort to Undermine Action on Global Warming
Iggy Ostanin's forensic work tracks early Russian hacking and interference in the climate change debate, which had an immediate effect on Donald Trump.