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Amina Shareef reports on the latest commodification of the Muslim faith by a big fashion brand – and why it fits into the British state’s wider security strategy
Insiders reveal a clash between Civil Service impartiality and Cabinet Office concentration of power, reports Sam Bright
As thousands are suffering the long-term health consequences of COVID-19, Mike Buckley reports on how the Government is ditching protections for those in need
A day of remembrance is being held to mourn all those we have lost to COVID-19, six months after the UK’s first Coronavirus death
Rupert Read spent last night in the cells, after joining Extinction Rebellion activists outside 55 Tufton Street
An emaciated BBC would spur partisan ‘news’ riddled with conspiracy theories, argues Sam Bright
Stephen Colegrave begins a new Byline Times series on the people exposing wrongdoing in public life by considering the implications of Brexit on the protections provided to UK whistleblowers