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EXCLUSIVE 72% of Voters are Against the Award of Peerages and Honours Following Political Donations, Poll Commissioned by Byline Times Finds
Exclusive polling with independent research company Omnisis reveals that the public are generally disapproving of political donors receiving rewards and access after parting with their cash – with Conservative voters more concerned than Labour
An investigation by the Byline Intelligence Team and The Citizens, revealing the profiles of Conservative Party backers in the UK, has exposed how a lack of transparency and the culture of political donations is putting British democracy at risk
Age Of Discrimination: Law Change Will Mean Children in Care Expected to Live Independently At Just 16
Children in care over the age of 16 will not be guaranteed care and may be moved into independent or semi-independent housing, reports Sophia Alexandra Hall
The Great Social Care Gold Rush: How Hedge Funds and Private Investors are Distorting the ‘Market’ of People in Need
Katharine Quarmby and Sian Norris dig into the story behind the funding of the social care system, asking: who will benefit from the extra cash?
With schools in England reopening with no real mitigation measures in place, concerns mount that educational settings could become the epicentre of a new surge in Coronavirus cases and instances of Long COVID in children
The Government’s assessment of how much its proposals to make everyone show ID in order to vote at polling stations will cost represents its ‘staggeringly warped priorities’, according to campaigners
An open letter to the Education Secretary by experts urges the Government to rethink its back to school policy, which they say contains no plans for any robust COVID mitigation measures
EXCLUSIVE Firm Behind Giant Channel Cable Project is Owned by Former Soviet Oil Men and is Generous Conservative Donor
The Aquind Interconnector project could be ‘dangerous’ and ‘completely against the national interest’ a Conservative minister has warned