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Stephen Colegrave reports on the patriotic fervour and local pride in Grimsby on the day before Britain leaves the EU on 31 January 2-2020.
Fears of long-term health issues had been exacerbated by the police force’s use of expired tear gas which can degrade into more toxic chemicals, Steve Shaw reports.
As more harrowing stories emerge of people starving to death in the UK following benefits cuts, Natalie Bloomer asks why society isn't outraged.
Stephen Delahunty reports on how professionals and members of civil society in Turkey are living under a shadow.
Tasnim Nazeer investigates the murders, death threats and past abductions of journalists and activists in Sri Lanka which highlight growing fears for the future of press freedom in the country.
CJ Werleman examines the role of western businesses in China's persecution of its Muslim minority.
A Ukrainian MP claims that Volodymyr Zelensky met Vladislav Surkov in Oman. Stephen Komarnyckyj looks at the evidence.
Benedict Cooper reports on a Labour hustings event in Nottingham, which was marked by consensus and calm.
In an exclusive interview with Byline Times, Malta's former Justice Minister Owen Bonnici reveals how he believes the country is responding with changes to international criticism over its handling of the murder of its most famous journalist.
Saba Salman meets those involved with an intergenerational music project in Surrey, which brings together older adults with dementia or a disability and young people with learning disabilities or complex needs.
CJ Werleman reports on new details emerging from China about the targeting of its Muslim minority for body organs sold on to Saudia Arabia.
Steve Shaw reports on the UK Government's response to news of China's continuing human rights violations against its Muslim minority.
Stephen Delahunty looks at how the tech giant is facilitating the Communist country's crackdown on free speech and pro-democracy movements.
Worrying new figures seen by Byline Times show a significant drop in the past 12 years in the number of Tibetans successfully escaping China's grip.
Former Conservative MP and independent Mayor of London candidate Rory Stewart gives his take on the biggest issue facing politics today.