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‘Dysfunction in Poverty, House Insulation and Energy Pricing Existed Long Before Current Crisis’
The acclaimed public health academic spoke to Adrian Goldberg for the Byline Times Podcast
Surviving Six Months Under Bombs: Inside Ukraine’s Southern Fortress of Mykolaiv
Tom Mutch reports from the frontline city of Mykolaiv, which avoided capture by the Russian Army and is now at the centre of a Ukrainian counter-offensive
Putin’s Nuclear Brinkmanship in Ukraine
As the UN nuclear watchdog mission visits the Russian-occupied Ukrainian nuclear power plant, Byline Times speaks to locals and experts on the ground
Can the Milk Tea Alliance Take Its Fight Offline?
In Asia, a new movement for democracy has been gaining strength – but how can it enact change on the ground when it comes to corruption and authoritarianism?
Why is Scottish Government Spending £10,000 to ‘Support Dialogue’ Between Abortion Protestors and Patients?
Is mediation really the answer when it comes to groups holding extremist views and women accessing safe, legal healthcare?
Alone and Ignored: How the Cost of Living Crisis is Impacting Students
Orla McAndrew speaks to students about their fears for the future as the Government once again turns a blind eye to young people
Can We Trust Truss? All the False Claims During her Campaign to Become Prime Minister
The Conservative leadership frontrunner claims she is "honest" and "straightforward" but has repeatedly misled the public during her bid to succeed Boris Johnson
Treated as Second-Class Players: Women’s Football Teams Speak Up After Success of Lionesses
Carrie Dunn explores the problems that have been plaguing the women's game for years, which are now finally starting to receive attention
The Memes Fighting Russian Propaganda
Chris Hamill-Stewart explores how a decentralised network of meme-makers is subverting Putin’s online trolls
Solar and Wind Power Now Deliver ‘More than Double’ the Net Energy Produced by Oil, New Study Finds
New research confirms that renewables have been generating far more net energy than fossil fuels for years, reports Nafeez Ahmed
How the Human Rights Act Helps Disabled People Live the Lives they Want
Saba Salman reports on concerns that the Government's new Bill of Rights will leave vulnerable people without the support and opportunities they require to lead fulfilling lives
EXCLUSIVE ‘The Stakes Are High’: Concerns Over UK Nuclear Security Inspections
Use of outdated security documents has escalated concerns about a ‘poor organisational culture’ in the nuclear regulator, reports Wil Crisp
‘Myanmar’s Military Regime is in a Fight for Survival, and Will Do Anything to Cling to Power’
Dominic Hauschild reports on the arrest and detention of former British Ambassador to Myanmar Vicky Bowman
‘The Chances of Coordinated Industrial Action are Real’
As Liz Truss vows to crackdown further on union action and the cost of living crisis escalates, Josiah Mortimer reports on the prospects of a general strike
‘The Government’s Post-Brexit Immigration Policy is a Rare Success’
Jonathan Portes answers the criticisms of those who claim that what the Brexit campaign was really promising was lower levels of immigration