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New official guidance makes a mockery of the UK’s procurement policies during the Coronavirus pandemic, reports Sam Bright
EXCLUSIVE ERG’s Steve Baker Joins Climate Disinformation Group Warning of ‘Terrible Revolt’ Against Net Zero Manifesto Vow
Conservative MP Steve Baker, known for his hard Brexit campaigning, has joined the controversial climate sceptic group led by former Chancellor Lord Lawson. Ben Gelblum reports.
EXCLUSIVE One-Third of Billionaires on the Sunday Times Rich List Have Donated £62 Million to the Conservative Party
Boris Johnson’s party has been harvesting the cash of some of the richest people in the country, report Daisy Bata and Max Colbert
Otto English dissects the disadvantages that a free trade agreement between the two countries would bring to the UK
Was Signing Trade Deals with Modi More Important to the Government than Stopping the Spread of the Indian COVID Variant?
Nabanita Sircar reports on the continued spread of the B.1.617.2 variant in Britain – which has led to a devastating second wave of the Coronavirus in India – and Boris Johnson’s roadmap out of lockdown
Concerns About Voter Suppression Will be Dismissed as ‘Conspiracy Theories’ – But It Is a Real Threat to Our Democracy
Mike Buckley digs into the motivations behind Boris Johnson’s proposal that a form of ID should be shown by people voting in future elections
Sir David King speaks to Byline Times about herd immunity, private sector outsourcing, the vaccine roll-out, and future threats
Two Tory peers and a Government ‘advisor’ have close ties a firm tasked with revamping Downing Street, Sam Bright reveals
Jonathan Portes examines the real forces at play, which will require addressing, as part of the Prime Minister’s flagship policy for his new ‘Red Wall’ constituencies
Maheen Behrana explains how the new working class is heavily populated by young people in urban areas, paying extortionate rents and working in the gig economy
The international aid cuts to reproductive health services put women's lives at risk and reflect the anti-rights positions of more than one Conservative donor, Sian Norris reports
Sam Bright speaks to the founder of the Northern Independence Party about Hartlepool, Keir Starmer, and social media campaigning
The news that Johnson 'can't afford to be Prime Minister' rings hollow after a decade of austerity-driven child poverty, says Sian Norris