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‘A Populist Demagogue’ – Johnson’s Government ‘Most Extreme I’ve Seen’, says Former Tory Attorney General
Dominic Grieve told Byline TV that the Government’s disregard for the rule of law, its xenophobic rhetoric over migrants and its cronyism show why the Conservative Party’s problems go beyond one leader
The Byline Intelligence Team unearths an eighth event hosted at a Government department last Christmas, and reflects on where this leaves the Prime Minister
Most of the Conservative-linked suppliers commissioned at the outset of the Coronavirus pandemic are no longer involved in NHS PPE procurement, Sam Bright reports
A clear majority of voters surveyed also believe that Boris Johnson should resign as Prime Minister, an exclusive Omnisis poll indicates
Firms are winning multi-million-pound contracts to run immigration-related services – despite track records of poor provision and health and safety violations
Adrian Goldberg reports on another half-hearted apology from the Government – this time in relation to the Grenfell fire tragedy
EXCLUSIVE Boris Johnson Invited Editors and BBC Executives into Downing Street On Day of Lockdown Party
A spokesperson for the Prime Minister said they were ‘working meetings’ and did not breach Covid guidelines, Adam Bienkov reports
Labour peer and former Liberty director Shami Chakrabarti told Byline Times that new amendments to the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill are designed to frame people peacefully demonstrating as terrorists
Proposals to allow Government to overrule judicial review findings reflect a growing authoritarian tendency in the Conservatives – just look at Poland and Hungary
Joe Walsh compares the treatment of ministers, when they became embroiled in accusations of cronyism, in the UK and South Africa
David Gauke believes that a proposal to retrospectively overrule Supreme Court decisions stems from the Prime Minister’s view that any constraint on his power is "intolerable"