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The Conservative frontrunner’s belief that Londoners simply "graft" harder than people outside the capital does not stand up against evidence on regional inequalities, says Sam Bright
The Byline Intelligence Team take a look at how media reporting on immigration and asylum can spread misinformation about the weaponised issue
A leaked recording of the Tory leadership frontrunner deriding UK workers for lacking "graft" gives the game away about her real views of the British people, reports Adam Bienkov
Thomas Perrett unpicks the proposal to achieve 'net zero aviation' by 2050 – and the gap it falls into between rhetoric and reality
Chris Grey explores the various claims around Freeports and Charter Cities – and whether they are an extreme manifestation of a libertarian Brexit
‘They Can’t Survive Inside Afghanistan’: The Vulnerable People Still Stuck Under Taliban Rule One Year On
15 August marks one year since the Taliban took back control of Afghanistan – but, after 12 months, some of the country's most vulnerable still cannot apply to come to the UK
EXCLUSIVE Home Office Spends Just A Thousandth of its Rwanda Scheme Budget Publicising ‘Deterrent’ Abroad
New findings by Byline Times amplify concerns about the controversial policy's intended effectiveness and its role in the Conservative 'culture war'
Rwandan Government Fails to Give Press Accreditation to Byline Times Journalist to Report on Human Rights Abuses Against Refugees
Iain Overton travelled to Rwanda to investigate the ability of the Rwandan Government to uphold its refugees’ human rights. Why has he been stopped in his tracks?
Government’s Prevent Strategy Oversight Committee has Never Met Since Conservatives Won 2019 General Election
A Freedom of Information request by Civil Service World has raised questions about the flagship counter-terrorism scheme
The number one priority of the frontrunner to succeed Boris Johnson, is to protect the bottom lines of energy bosses pushing millions into poverty, reports Adam Bienkov
Facebook and Twitter are both failing to deal with hateful allegations that the LGBTIQ community is grooming children, as the far and mainstream right join forces
Sascha Lavin picks the brains of leading thinkers on the economic plans of the Conservative leadership frontrunner
Economics professors Muhammad Ali Nasir and David Spencer explain why wage hikes do not herald economic disaster
James Grace explores the number and nature of EU rules on the UK statute book
As the Conservative leadership election rolls on, concerns persist about the origins of the Sunak family fortune, reports Manasa Narayanan for the Byline Intelligence Team
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