Despite being banned from international competitions, Russia is using football as a strategic way of building economic and diplomatic ties, writes Mark Temnycky.
As ITV pays £1.5 million to platform the politician on ‘I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!’, a Byline Times investigation reveals how he charged £75 to use what appears to be a serious racial slur in a personalised video message
Experts question just how ‘sustainable’ burning cooking oil rather than kerosene really is
With the Conservatives’ general election strategy in the hands of the ‘Wizard of Oz’, it’s likely to be one of the most vicious campaigns the UK has ever seen. Tom Scott reports
‘There should be no doubt that [UK-made] weapons are at acute risk of being used to commit further criminal acts and, possibly genocide’
New revelations suggest the Prime Minister had a reckless disregard for the science of protecting the public during a global pandemic
Faced with the risk of losing occupied territories in Ukraine, Russia has dramatically escalated aerial bomb attacks in Kherson
Unprotected departments face 14% cuts to fuel the Conservatives’ pre-election tax rebate
Northern Ireland’s environment agency has lifted a controversial ‘pause’ on dozens of new livestock farming developments – despite ongoing probes
There are over 1,000 loopholes and exemptions in the tax system – often designed and secured by big firms and lobbyists.
A potential cover-up I unearthed in the weeds of Nadine Dorries’s book remains a mystery. It has damaged the BBC, the broadcast regulator, and the process of public appointments
A new report finds that, leading up to the next general election, fewer than 35% of candidate selections so far are women
Senior police officers are ‘alarmed’ by former Home Secretary’s meetings with Fair Cop, which promotes nationalist ideology and has links to the Reclaim Party
The proposed changes ‘are symptomatic of the continued systematic violation of disabled folk’
The door is wide open to hostile states seeking to meddle in the next election through AI-generated fake content
Alicia Clegg reports on how Britain’s employment tribunals are not providing fair and equal access to justice
‘The cemetery has no more space for dead bodies. The graves are full’, British-Palestinian journalist Hamza Elbuhaisi tells Byline Times
The verdict is a major blow to the Government’s “dream” of discarding its international obligations to offer refuge to those fleeing war and prosecution
The controversy over a £25m party boat speaks to a wider issue: who decides what happens around the Thames?
A Russian soldier said that he was told that it’s better to use a grenade to kill himself and any enemies approaching rather than surrender and face “torture”
Who polices the police? Increasingly, it is community activists. Michal Grant speaks to Copwatch groups on why they do it.
A new company aimed at selling financial services to ‘Modern Elders’ is run by former directors of Basset & Gold
The Prime Minister’s flimsy new government programme suggests he leads a Government that is fresh out of ideas
The RSA said it disagreed with the decision and criticised the IWGB trade union for pursuing the case against it
As the new Mental Health Act is quietly dropped, David Hencke reports on how the crisis in mental health services across the country is failing the most vulnerable people in society
New polling shows the Conservatives are set to lose big to Sadiq Khan in next year’s London mayoral election, despite Sunak’s attempts to weaponise, anti-green, anti-ULEZ votes
For all the PR of the AI Safety Summit, what is the UK Government actually doing to safeguard its citizens from the dangers of AI, data misuse and prejudicial algorithms?
Peter Geoghegan examines the membership and funding of the International Democracy Union.
Dr Gail Bradbrook had been threatened with contempt of court for giving her motivations for direct action. She carried on through over a dozen interruptions.
As the Covid Inquiry has revealed, Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings are morbid symptoms of a sick system. At the heart of that sickness is the media