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EXCLUSIVE ‘Hostile Environment’: 1 in 8 Prison Officers Referred with Mental Health Issues

, 25 April 2019
The Government is warned that it must do more to prioritise the mental health of prison officers as new figures reveal thousands have been referred for mental health assessments.
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Reportage Crime and Justice

EXCLUSIVE The New ‘Al-Qaeda’ – a Right Wing Insurgency

, 25 April 2019
C J Werleman documents the global threat of Far-right terrorism and argues that Trump might seek to benefit from it.
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Reportage Extremism United States of America US Politics

The ‘Rising Star of Scottish Politics’ – in the Dock of the Sheriff’s Court

, 25 April 2019
Byline Times' court reporter James Doleman returns with the curious case of Natalie McGarry
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Reportage Scottish Politics UK Politics

BREAKING Government Shows More Disdain for Greta Thunberg and Climate Change

, 24 April 2019
After the PM refused to meet Greta Thunberg yesterday, the Treasury shuns an important committee Inquiry about climate change this morning
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Argument Reportage Activism Environment

BREAKING MUELLER REPORT: Trump and Campaign Officials Coordinated with WikiLeaks

, 18 April 2019
The Trump campaign didn’t have to coordinate directly with the Russian government — because it had a middleman to do its dirty work.
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Reportage Mueller Report US Politics Wikileaks

THE JUSTICE TRAP: Was a Police Officer Sacked and Jailed for a Violent Assault actually the Victim of a Cover-Up?

, 18 April 2019
PC Danny Major spent four months in prison for a crime he says he didn't commit. Faced with an unhelpful and inactive miscarriages of justice watchdog, he is still fighting to clear his name.
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Reportage The Justice Trap Crime and Justice Policing

MUELLER REPORT – Attorney General Bill Barr’s Timeline of a Cover-Up

, 18 April 2019
As the world awaits publication of the Mueller Report, Attorney General Bill Barr is readying himself for the final act of a slow-motion cover-up.
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Reportage Mueller Mueller Report Trump United States of America US Politics

Maltese Citizenship for Sale – The Gold Rush Continues

, 17 April 2019
It has been 18 months since Daphne Caruana Galizia was assassinated and Malta is still no closer to an independent public inquiry, and the trade in passports she complained of continues to boom.
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Reportage Justice for Daphne Malta

Rebel Cities: Kurdish Hunger Strikes Report

, 16 April 2019
As part of our Activist Hub, Ross Morris reports on how hundreds joined Kurdish Hunger-Strikers to protest against the Turkish State in Central London
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Reportage Rebel Cities Activist Hub Activism Foreign Affairs

EXCLUSIVE TV Comedian leads Polls in Ukraine Presidential Elections – but is Zelensky really offering a fresh start?

, 16 April 2019
Marketing himself as a newcomer to politics, TV Comedian Volodymyr Zelensky is currently in the lead in the run-up to Ukraine’s presidential elections. But maybe he's not as disconnected to the wheels of power as he appears.
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Reportage Foreign Affairs Ukraine

EXCLUSIVE The Forgotten Killing Fields of Iraq

, 15 April 2019
Cluster bombs, mines, ISIS IEDs: CJ Werleman reports on the ongoing casualties of 40 years of lethal ordnance littering the fields of Iraq.
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Reportage Foreign Affairs Iraq

EXCLUSIVE Killed because She Mattered – the Murder of an Investigative Journalist

, 10 April 2019
Nicola Driscoll-Davies returns from Malta with more chilling details on the financial and legal threats Daphne Caruana Galizia was dealing with in the weeks before her assassination
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Reportage Justice for Daphne Malta

The Justice Trap: Sacrificed to the System

, 10 April 2019
Jon Robins on how even the intervention of an Appeal Court Judge has failed to help a family caught up in child sexual abuse conviction
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Reportage The Justice Trap Crime and Justice

EXCLUSIVE Losing Momentum – can Jeremy Corbyn Survive a Split from his Base?

, 8 April 2019
The unprecedented, unpunished rebellion of shadow cabinet members against a three-line whip raises the question: is Jeremy Corbyn only the ‘spiritual leader’ of the Labour party?
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Reportage UK Politics

The Story of Brexit is the Story of Empire: Why did so many Asian immigrants vote to leave the EU?

, 8 April 2019
The complicated love-hate relationship British immigrants from former colonies have with the Empire cannot be ignored if lessons are to be learned in post-Brexit Britain.
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Culture Reportage Brexit Society and Welfare UK Politics

EXCLUSIVE Putin’s Ukrainian Refugee Crisis: the leaks Assange wouldn’t Touch

, 5 April 2019
A hacked trove of documents shows Russia’s interior ministry struggling to cope with a refugee crisis caused by President Putin’s Ukrainian adventure
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Reportage Russia Ukraine

Online Islamophobia: YouTube Still Aiding the Targeting of Muslims

, 4 April 2019
Mike Stuchbery speaks to Parveen Ali who has experienced harrassment and abuse since appearing in a YouTube video by a well-known Far Right figure.
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Reportage Extremism UK Politics

The Kashmir Conundrum: the Background

, 3 April 2019
Why was Kashmir in the headlines again recently? What are the causes of the problem? What can be done to resolve it?
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Reportage Foreign Affairs

The Justice Trap: Joint Enterprise Part 2

, 2 April 2019
Jon Robin’s second account of how the law of joint enterprise “exposes all that is wrong in our justice system”.
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Reportage The Justice Trap Crime and Justice

News from the Brexit Cliff Edge

, 2 April 2019
Byline Times regular update on all the news about Britain's pending exit from the EU
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Reportage Britain on the Blink Brexit UK Politics
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