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Brian Cathcart reveals how the paper that exposed phone hacking has joined the cosy newspaper cartel that publishes Government advertorial in return for a bung from Michael Gove
Iain Overton reports on how US counter-terrorism equipment is being deployed at home with an inevitable rise in militarisation, mortality and force over-reach
Steve Shaw reports on how the British Government is now under pressure over arms sales to its closest ally — the United States
Sarah Hurst talks to the British businessman Roger Munnings about his business interests with Russian companies and his vocal support for Vladimir Putin
Public Health England's report into risk factors associated with COVID-19 deaths has revealed the structural inequality and poverty endangering lives.
With pro-democracy protests recommencing in Hong Kong, the Financial Times’ former Asia Editor explores what China's motives are towards the former British colony and the West.
A source deeply involved in the national effort to combat COVID-19 speaks to Byline Times.
By supporting theories aimed at destabilising the US during the Coronavirus pandemic, Kseniya Kirillova reports on how Putin has opened up a Pandora's Box at home
Alex Andreou's forensic analysis shows how Boris Johnson's administration underestimated the speed of the Coronavirus pandemic and have been flying blind ever since
The UK and US continue to sell arms to the Saudi-led coalition waging war in Yemen – a humanitarian crisis which has severely destabilised the country's ability to tackle the Coronavirus pandemic.