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As Trump heads to the UK for his first official state visit, praising Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage, his history of corruption, misogyny, and racism will follow him overseas.
Natalie Bloomer and Samir Jeraj report on the challenges facing children's services in Northamptonshire.
With Boris Johnson announcing his bid to become Conservative party leader, James Hanning sheds some light on what the ‘blonde buffoon’ actually believes in.
Why the work of a small group in London, Prisoners of Conscience, is sadly becoming more relevant than ever for persecuted journalists across the world.
Kick Back: Two ex-Real Madrid players arrested as part of crackdown on corruption, money laundering and match fixing.
Nafeez Ahmed on how western companies have aided and adopted Huawei's terrifying and ubiquitous authoritarian tech.
Chani Klapka, one of the 3.1 million EU citizens resident in the UK and eligible to vote in the Euro Elections, describes her Kafkaesque experience.
The Women’s Peace Council is inviting everyone to share a 'People’s Banquet' in Parliament Square as an alternative form of protest to Donald Trump's state visit.
Universal Credit: Traumatised Rape Survivor had Benefits Stopped Indefinitely after Missing Meetings, Committee Hears
Parliament's Work and Pensions Committee heard evidence on an alleged increase in the number of women entering prostitution as a form of ‘survival sex’ after having their benefits cut.
A Human Rights Watch report accused the Government of breaching its international duty to keep people from hunger through its "cruel and harmful policies". Sadly, it will come as no surprise to those using the West Favell food bank in Northampton.
Turlough Conway, who broke Byline Times' exclusive investigation into the Nigel Farage and PayPal affair, says the Electoral Commission have a duty to check key elements in the Brexit Party's funding.
Hardeep Matharu explores why those in the Muslim community believe that the Government's controversial counter-terrorism strategy is doing more harm than good.
A ‘symbiotic’ relationship has developed between Far Right and Daesh-inspired forms of extremism referred to the controversial Prevent Strategy, a leading police officer has warned.
EXCLUSIVE Benefits Claimants Waiting Too Long for Poor Quality 'Fit-to-Work' Assessments, New Figures Reveal
Benefits claimants are regularly waiting too long for 'fit for work' assessments to be conducted – the quality of which are not good enough, Byline Times can reveal.