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EXCLUSIVE For Whom the Bell Curves: Advisor to Johnson’s Levelling Up Ally Hosts Race Science Extremist
Nafeez Ahmed reveals how a pioneer of scientific racism was hosted at British universities by a charity with close Conservative Party and Government ties
‘History Will Judge this Shabby Government’ and its Weaponisation of Refugee Lives, says Lord Alf Dubs
The Labour peer – who fled the Nazis and came to Britain as a child refugee in 1939 – told Byline Times that Priti Patel’s plans "to penalise people for the way they reach safety is absolutely unheard of in the history of refugees"
Analysis from the Byline Intelligence Team reveals a large gender pay gap when it comes to secondary incomes in Parliament
These ‘charitable’ institutions in receipt of substantial tax breaks have seen their wealth burgeon in recent years, reveal Sascha Lavin and Iain Overton
The delays to launching the Afghan Citizens Resettlement Scheme risks more families making dangerous journeys to the UK – or fall victim to Taliban threats
Companies that were channelled through the Government’s controversial high-priority PPE procurement process have seen their earnings significantly increase
The Prime Minister’s reckless disregard for truth is starting to destroy trust among his own party and could soon be his downfall. Adam Bienkov reports
David Hencke reports on two committees that condemn the shift of power away from Parliament to ministers through the use of ‘skeleton bills’ and statutory instruments
EXCLUSIVE The Non-Disclosure Agreements Hiding University Partnerships with State-Backed Chinese Tech Firms
Max Colbert explores how UK universities are bound to secrecy over their links to controversial Chinese companies
David Hencke tracks the ways in which successive governments have watered-down their transport promises to the north and the midlands
EXCLUSIVE Toxic Banter on Military Forum Over Kenyan Woman's Death Exposes Gross Misogyny in Armed Forces
An investigation into posts made in wake of the murder of a Kenyan sex worker Agnes Wanjiru include discussions of how the army will brush the death 'under the carpet'