Articles predominantly based on historical research, official reports, court documents and open source intelligence.
Official records confirm that the Prime Minister is happy to spend time schmoozing sympathetic media outlets, reports Sam Bright
Sam Bright pens his most interesting findings after delving into a range of recent written parliamentary questions
ngulfed in the scandal of the Downing Street parties, the Prime Minister is living on borrowed time, exclusive polling by Omnisis commissioned by this newspaper suggests
Andrew Kersley tracks the public sector deals awarded to companies that have MPs on their payroll
Sascha Lavin explores the ticking time-bomb at the heart of the criminal justice system
The Conservative Party could soon elect the UK's richest-ever Prime Minister, while after 12 years of Conservative-led Governments millions struggle in poverty
EXCLUSIVE Enabling Acts: Citizenship of Quarter of Britons at Risk as Conservatives Construct an Authoritarian Legal Infrastructure
Nafeez Ahmed analyses eight bills which, taken as a whole, reveal an unprecedented and undemocratic ethno-nationalist power grab
New allegations made by the Conservative MP Nus Ghani are the latest evidence of endemic Islamophobia in Boris Johnson's party, reports Adam Bienkov
Exclusive polling by Omnisis for Byline Times illuminates the scale of public distrust in the Prime Minister and his party
Sascha Lavin reveals new data about the lack of black representation in top army positions, and considers what this shows about modern Britain
The Prime Minister used the vulnerable and the impoverished, already suffering due to the pandemic, as pawns in his self-preservation strategy, notes Sam Bright
The Culture Secretary has announced sweeping changes to BBC funding will mean an end to elderly people being threatened by the Beeb – but are elderly people really going to prison for not paying their licence fee?
The Health and Social Care Secretary has agreed an ‘insurance policy’ with private providers, in breach of Treasury spending guidelines, reports David Hencke
Thousands of people lost their lives on the days that Government ministers, advisors and officials flouted lockdown rules, Sam Bright reports