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EXCLUSIVE How is Energy Transformation Key to Defeating Vladimir Putin?
A mass roll-out of home insulation, heating efficiency and heat-pumps could rapidly eliminate gas dependence in Europe – and neuter Putin's most potent energy weapon, writes Nafeez Ahmed
Not Appointing a Women’s Minister Reflects Truss’ Approach to Equalities
For the first time since Harriet Harman took on the role in 1997, there will be no minister responsible specifically for women – with a man taking on the role of Equalities Minister
EXCLUSIVE The Truss Network: Who are the New Prime Minister’s Donors and Advisors?
The Byline Intelligence Team maps the network of billionaires, property developers and die-hard libertarians surrounding the new Prime Minister
Ukraine’s Counter Offensives: Is Putin Disconnected from Reality?
As the Russian army is pushed back around Kharkiv and Kherson, Nicola Mikovic looks at why the Kremlin still holds to its narrative of a multi-polar world, with itself a major player
‘More Girls are Being Married Off Young due to Climate Change’
Salma Zulfiqar examines how the climate emergency is causing desperation around the world, particularly for women and girls, while people lack common knowledge of the crisis
The UK-Rwanda Partnership: A Timeline
The controversial Rwanda scheme has rarely been out of the headlines. The Byline Intelligence Team, in partnership with the Action On Armed Violence charity, takes a look at the story so far
EXCLUSIVE How Rwanda’s Stifling of the Press Prevents Proper Accountability for Asylum Scheme
When Iain Overton was denied a journalist visa to report on violence against refugees in Rwanda, he and the Byline Intelligence Team investigated press repression in the country
Elite Rule: Liz Truss’ Socially Exclusive Cabinet
Sam Bright examines the CVs of the new top Government appointments and finds they very much contradict the Prime Minister’s rhetoric of ‘meritocracy’
Jacob Rees-Mogg’s Appointment Shows Truss’ Government Is Captured by the Hard Right
The UK's new Prime Minister is surrounding herself with hardline figures who were previously on the fringe of the Conservative movement, reports Adam Bienkov
‘It’s Targeted, It’s Deliberate’: The Demonisation of Some Women In Power
As Downing Street welcomes its third female Prime Minister, Rachel Morris reflects on social and media expectations of certain women leaders
EXCLUSIVE Exclusive Investigation Reveals 13th Refugee Shot in Rwanda in 2018
The Byline Intelligence Team has uncovered the killing of an 13th Congolese refugee in 2018 – undermining Government claims that 'no similar incidences had occurred' since the shooting of 12 people earlier that year
EXCLUSIVE The Human Rights Gaps in the Rwanda Scheme Revealed
A four-part investigation by the Byline Intelligence Team exposes the human rights concerns over the Rwanda scheme – including repression of journalists and the killing of a 13th Congolese refugee in 2018
The Food Crisis is Only Just Beginning
Patrick Galey takes a deep dive into why the global food crisis prompted by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a sign of things to come
EXCLUSIVE Lisa Nandy: Conservative ‘Levelling Up’ Promises have been ‘Outright Lie’
Boris Johnson’s flagship regional redistribution project has stalled and Liz Truss is likely to send it into reverse, writes Sam Bright
Nearly Half of Foster Carers Considering Quitting Due to Cost of Living Crisis, Research Finds
The findings come at a time when the sector has already been struggling to find carers to look after vulnerable children