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With a Saudi-led coalition continuing to drop bombs on Yemen, campaigners prepare to take the UK Government to court again over its arms sales to the kingdom
These waiting times are likely to increase difficulties for individuals already on the sharp end of the Coronavirus pandemic, reports Sam Bright
Palantir, a tech giant that holds US Government contracts worth more than $1.5 billion, is extending its tentacles across the Atlantic, reports Stephen Delahunty
A cross-party group of MPs and Peers are calling for a judicial review into why the British government has failed to hold an inquiry into Russian interference in elections, reports Steve Shaw
Questions should be asked about “whether politically connected ‘VIPs’ benefitted from lucrative inside information”, says the director of the Good Law Project, which was handed the documents
Francesca Borri visits the Hyde Park neighbourhood in Leeds, and finds a community abandoned by government; ravaged by deprivation
EXCLUSIVE Trumpocracy in the UK: Did British Conservative Lobby Group Help Shape Trump’s ‘Muslim Ban’?
In the second part of its special investigation, Byline Times reveals how the man credited with inspiring Trump’s ‘Muslim ban’ had close links with members of a British conservative lobby group with links to Steve Bannon and the Mercers
Julian Petley looks at the people behind Andrew Neil's new GB News and sees ominous signs both for the BBC and the principle of impartiality
EXCLUSIVE ‘Unnecessary Secrecy’: Government Dodges Scrutiny on Hong Kong Over Fears of Harming Relations with China
How serious is the UK about upholding its historic responsibility towards its former colony, where a crisis of democracy is unfolding before the world's eyes?
Huge Government contracts for the delivery of Brexit have been awarded to the same outsourcing behemoths making a mint from Coronavirus, reports Sam Bright
The links between an opaque think tank, the Conservative Government and major figures in the Trump campaign can be revealed in this first part of a special Byline Times investigation
With the economic fall-out from Brexit and the COVID-19 pandemic looming, it is not in the UK Government’s interests to pressure the UAE on its human rights abuses, reports Jonathan Fenton-Harvey
Former MP and member of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) Committee Ian Lucas explains fresh revelations about the now defunct data firm’s links to AIQ – which was paid hundreds of thousands of pounds to deploy Facebook adverts for the Vote Leave group during the 2016 Referendum
Boris Johnson’s chief aide has amassed unprecedented power and should be held to account, a new report suggests
The man leading the Government’s personal protective equipment (PPE) procurement has seen an internal contract handed to a close business associate