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Sam Bright and Steve Shaw report on the Government's decision not to purchase doses of Russia's vaccine despite the possibility it could be combined with the vaccine from Oxford University
Jonathan Fenton-Harvey explains how Joe Biden’s election victory has already provided an impetus for peace among Gulf states
As the weekly “Clap For Carers” returns, Adrian Goldberg hears why a frontline hospital consultant is so angry at those who downplay the Coronavirus
Steve Shaw looks at Donald Trump’s decision to grant freedom to close allies, and the two people the President should consider pardoning instead
CJ Werleman explores how the US President’s extraordinary assault on American democracy should ring alarm bells for the UK and Australia
Sian Norris and the Byline Times Team talk to parents on the front line of COVID-19 transmission in Britain's education system
Despite evidence showing the risk of teachers catching the Coronavirus in schools and then passing it on to others in the community, the Government has ignored the issue at every turn, says Adam Hamdy
Steve Shaw reports on Germany’s arms exports to the countries creating the world’s worst humanitarian crisis
The Digital Divide: With Schools Suddenly Back in Lockdown, How Many Disadvantaged Students Actually have the Kit they Need?
A lack of online access exacerbates an existing equality gap between children in disadvantaged communities and their wealthier counterparts, reports Sian Norris
Stephen Delahunty and David Hencke report on the changed rules stifling UK imports and exports in red tape
CJ Werleman reports on an Australian defamation case that strikes a blow against online intimidation
Pleas to Open London’s Nightingale Hospital Fall on Deaf Ears as Hotels and Council Offices are Suggested for Non-COVID Patients
Steve Shaw reports on local councillors’ fears that services will soon be overwhelmed in Britain’s Coronavirus hotspot if the Government refuses to take urgent action
In an exclusive interview with Byline Times, Lee-Cheuk Yan discusses comparisons between the Tiananmen Square Massacre of 1989 and recent pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong, and its future under Beijing’s National Security Law