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The disinformation tactics used by Russia since its invasion of Ukraine are familiar to anyone who observed them in Syria, the US election and Brexit reports Sian Norris
In the coming weeks, France and Hungary will cast their votes for either far-right, pro-Putin candidates or the opposition. Will the elections create the Europe the Kremlin wants to see?
A lack of solidarity and understanding towards working class Eastern European migrants hindered the Left from countering anti-immigration narratives, writer Yva Alexandrova tells Sian Norris
Aid organisations are warning that a perfect storm of UK aid cuts, war in Ukraine, rising wheat costs and existing famines risks death and suffering worldwide, as Sian Norris reports
Ruth Smeeth of Index on Censorship tells Sian Norris her concerns about a raft of contradictory Government policies on freedom of expression, as the Online Safety Bill returns to Parliament
Findings from the Competition and Markets Authority vindicate Byline Times’ investigations into private equity investment in children's care, Sian Norris reports
Russia is waging a war of disinformation, propaganda and conspiracy – with willing messengers in the Russian public and on the British far-right, Sian Norris reports
Byline Times talks to Susie Symes, Chair of the Museum of Immigration, about the arrest of Leyla Ibragimova and what it tells us about how authoritarian and repressive regimes attack culture and freedoms
Migration statistics show that 347 Russian citizens have been granted asylum since 2008 – compared to nearly 2,600 'golden visas' for Russian millionaires in same period
In the second of her two-part series looking at Russian oligarch funding and far-right disinformation, Sian Norris examines the warped worldview inspiring Putin's aggression
In the first of a two part investigation, Sian Norris reveals the phenomenal funding by Russian oligarchs and their US allies of anti-gender, religious-right influence wars
In an exclusive interview with a member of the Afghan Girls Robotics Team who fled the country in the summer, Byline Times can reveal how an inspiring new project that will help Afghan girls achieve their dreams
From university lecturers to delivery drivers and security guards, people across different sectors of the UK are fighting for workers’ rights and expressing mutual support