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EXCLUSIVE Rishi Sunak’s Stealth Subsidy for Fossil Fuel Firms is ‘Disastrous’ says UK’s Former Climate Chief
Sir David King told Adam Bienkov that the stealth tax cut would damage the fight for 'a manageable future for humanity'
A New Review into Children’s Deaths by their Parents’ Partners Raises Questions About the Future of Social Care
Does another review of more tragic deaths of vulnerable children provide the answers needed to protect children from harm, asks Katharine Quarmby
An exclusive poll for Byline Times finds that seven-in-ten voters believe leaving the EU has made life in the UK more expensive
Out of the shadows and into the mainstream, Sian Norris examines the line-up of right-wing politicians and far-right activists at a controversial conference in Hungary
A landmark report by the United Nations concludes that ‘global collapse’ is becoming more likely. But was it watered-down before being published?
The Bank of England has warned of COVID-related labour shortages in Britain, but why aren’t we taking its long-term effects more seriously? Sasha Baker investigates
Byline Times investigates why hotel accommodation for those seeking asylum is being provided in areas facing hostility towards migrants
The civil servant and Metropolitan Police's refusal to investigate a party in the Prime Minister's own flat will spark accusations of an establishment cover-up, reports Adam Bienkov
While some campaigners want to bring in a US 'bounty' system for whistleblowing, others warn this could create a tiered system that leaves vulnerable people in the cold. Sian Norris reports
EXCLUSIVE Controversial Firm Linked to Rishi Sunak Among Those Allowed to Set ‘Global Anti-Corruption Agenda’ by World Economic Forum
Dimitris Dimitriadis digs into the scandals linked to a number of firms participating in a flagship global anti-corruption initiative
Following 12 years of cuts, is it any wonder that the children's social care sector is in trouble? A new review misses some of the key structural causes
EXCLUSIVE Government Ignored High-Level Monkeypox Warnings as UK Health Security Agency Ranked Threat ‘Very Low’
TJ Coles explores how the Government has reacted to months of alerts about the growing Monkeypox threat
Diogo Augusto investigates loopholes in Companies House business registrations which make Britain ‘the jurisdiction of choice for dirty money’
The Byline Intelligence Team used a range of methods to quantify how many convictions there have been for smuggling people across the Channel under this Government – but a lack of formal data raises transparency questions
Groped, Taunted and Followed Home: The Legal Observers of Protests Targeted by Officers for Peacefully Policing the Police
Josiah Mortimer digs into a shocking new report on the challenges faced by those trying to defend our right to protest