The EU is implementing a blanket ban on facial recognition surveillance by police – but the UK is ploughing ahead despite privacy fears
Suella Braverman plans to end inspection of this lucrative market as complaints mount about conditions
The Government’s commitment to build more homes, while protecting wildlife from deadly pollutants is “failing to deliver for either side”
The Chair of Parliament’s Culture, Media and Sport Committee wrote to the Channel following the extensive allegations against Wootton, as reported by Byline Times.
From growing sewage pollution to rising water bills and lack of investment, Lord Hollick criticises Therese Coffey’s failure to address a Lords report
The Attorney General’s office has said it plans to push forward contempt of court proceedings against retired social worker Trudi Warner.
Exclusive new poll finds the public is far more tolerant of diversity and cultural change than the Government appears to believe, Adam Bienkov reports
The world’s largest arms fair promises peace in the world
“We must stop expanding aviation until the technology exists to provide emission free, low-noise flights.”
UK higher education qualifications have been suspended from the European quality standards body because of the way the Office for Students was regulating universities.
“Human beings do not belong in barges or camps. The correct way to house people is to house them in communities.”
A majority of voters believe “nothing in Britain really works” and say Rishi Sunak’s party has made public services worse, according to an exclusive new poll
422,000 households across the UK are estimated to be affected by the two-child allowance limit – but not Members of Parliament
The former European Research Group chairman was a prominent Brexiteer but has now turned his attention to anti-Net Zero campaigning.
A new parliamentary report details a complete lack of planning in handing out the money to small businesses, pubs, restaurants and some retail premises and clubs
ITN – which runs the news operations of Channel 4 and ITV – has been accused of continuing to use Non-Disclosure Agreements to cover up complaints of harassment and discrimination, a claim the firm strongly denies.
The unprecedented churn in senior government positions means some ministers have been given pay-outs worth more than seven times what they received as their salary
“There are a small number of people who believe that Covid is no big deal anymore. That’s wrong,” Doctors in Unite Covid lead Dr Jonathan Fluxman tells Byline Times
Council-led boycotts of goods made in occupied Palestinian territories are at risk of being banned
The endorsement thrusts her campaign into the centre of a debate about empire in what is a proudly multicultural city
From the Bedroom Tax to Work Capability Assessments, the Government is accused of systematically failing disabled people
Lib Dem leader Ed Davey tells Byline Times he backs ‘minimum service’ requirement on Lib Dem MPs after Nadine Dorries fails to speak in Parliament for over a year
One of the key elements of the Georgia false statement criminal statute is ‘knowing’ misrepresentations are false
This deception seems to be becoming part of a deliberate strategy by Conservative Party HQ.
This could be just the tip of the iceberg of MPs’ promotion of industries and firms that donate to their campaign coffers.