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The Scale of Police Violence Against Racial Minorities in Europe
New data shows how police violence is the "norm" against ethnic minorities and foreign nationals in the EU
Elon Musk Takes Over Twitter – Is a Rise in Hate Speech and Abuse Inevitable?
Adrian Goldberg speaks to Imran Ahmed of the Centre for Countering Digital Hate and Heidi Cuda from the Radicalized Pod about developments at the social medial platform for the Byline Times Podcast
‘Slightly Reduced Comfort a Small Price to Pay for Victory’: Surviving Daily Blackouts in a Warzone
Chris York meets a family in Kyiv to find out how people are living with Russia’s renewed assault on Ukraine's civilian infrastructure
Thousands of Children at Risk of Criminal Exploitation as Government Classifies Modern Slavery as an Immigration Issue
New data on children in need reveals the scale of criminal and sexual exploitation of children – so why does the Government see modern slavery as an issue for illegal immigration?
‘Donations are Really, Really Down’: Mounting Concerns Over Brexit Compounding Cost of Living Crisis
Organisations are worried that the effort to help those struggling this winter is being hampered by supply chain issues
EXCLUSIVE Trump and Putin’s War on the ‘Green Agenda’
Nafeez Ahmed reveals how the Russian energy giant Gazprom planned to control Ukraine’s gas and backed Donald Trump due to Putin's existential fear of net zero
EXCLUSIVE REVEALED: Cost of Living Crisis Piles Pressure on Children’s Homes as Gas and Energy Bills Soar
A new investigation by Sian Norris with the Byline Intelligence Team reveals rising costs are putting budgetary pressure on council-run children's homes already feeling the strain
‘The Suella Braverman Scandal Shows Rishi Sunak has Quickly Traded “Integrity” for Power’
The new Prime Minister's deal with the disgraced Home Secretary gives the lie to claims he is making a clean break from the Truss and Johnson eras, writes Adam Bienkov
The Right-Wing Bid to Capture the National Trust Exposed
With days to go before the National Trust’s members choose its new council, the ‘Restore Trust’ group is campaigning in a manner that scarcely inspires trust. Brian Cathcart reports
A Chemical in the Works? The Mystery of the Marine Deaths on Teesside
Graham Williamson reports on a spate of unexplained sea life deaths on the north-east coast – and a new freeport being built on the site of an iconic steelworks nearby
REVEALED: The Staggering Rises in Rent Shortfalls Caused by Housing Benefit Cuts
With the cost of living crisis pushing up rents and Local Housing Allowance frozen since 2020, more and more of the poorest private tenants are struggling to make ends meet
Child Poverty Soared During Austerity Years in New Cabinet’s Constituencies
Past evidence shows the damage that spending cuts can create – even in Conservative strongholds
‘This Is Not Britain’s Obama Moment’
Adrian Goldberg speaks to Michael Bankole, who has researched race and representation in politics, about what Rishi Sunak’s rise to power means for ethnic minorities in Britain for the Byline Times Podcast
EXCLUSIVE All But One of Boris Johnson’s Cabinet Ministers Used Private Email – Why?
Suella Braverman has returned to the Home Office following her resignation last week over her use of private email – but Iain Overton reports how using personal channels is a common occurrence among cabinet ministers
EXCLUSIVE Government Rushing Ahead with Voter ID Next Year Despite Warning It Poses ‘Significant Risk to Safe Elections’
David Hencke reports on the controversial move to make voters bring photographic ID when they turn up to vote in next year's May local elections in England
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