Byline Times’ regular cartoonist Slymoon, who has worked with homeless people and experienced periods of homelessness himself, starts his picture essay on Manchester from street level.
Byline Times’ court reporter James Doleman documents a bizarre run of cases on his return to the press gallery after a hiatus from the courts.
Tom Cordell on why the Mayor of London’s plans to control private rents in the capital could be the revolution required to break through the housing crisis.
Jonathan Portes on why ideology, short-termism and a relentless focus on Brexit has resulted in economic hardship continuing in the UK long after the Coalition Government.
CJ Werleman on the US President’s worrying attempts to gain support by tapping into deeply-rooted anxieties and prejudices concerning race.
Otto English continues his investigation into how Nigel Farage’s party is recruiting potential MPs – who have to pay a non-refundable £100 upfront…
Hizbullah Khan explores how fiction is helping the victims of Afghanistan’s decades of war to face up to the past.
With Rupert Murdoch’s chosen government waging a war on journalists in Australia, democratic values in his country of birth are in peril, writes CJ Werleman.
Nicola Driscoll-Davies on new developments in the investigation of the murder of Malta’s most prominent journalist.
A new report, co-authored by a Conservative MP, sheds more light on Vladimir Putin’s sinister hybrid war, which – tested in Ukraine in 2014 – was then brought to Britain, the EU and the US.
Britain has not really faced up to losing an empire and the unresolved cost is playing out through the traumas of Brexit.
Stephen Colegrave speaks to Ed Davey, Liberal Democrat Party leadership contender about climate change, green party deals and what will happen if Johnson and Farage form an electoral pact. Ed Davey is preparing for an election. Not his party’s leadership election, but a general election. He knows that Brexit will be the big issue and…
Tom Cordell continues his series on the housing crisis by looking at plans in Lambeth, south London, to use land assets to plug the gap in Government funding for local services.
A new exhibition on concerns around privacy in a digital age at London’s Science Museum is being sponsored by a company selling arms reportedly used to slaughter civilians in Yemen.
CJ Werleman reports on China’s horrific persecution of the Uyghur Muslim minority in Xinjiang.
Footage reveals the British commentator, promoted by Donald Trump, promulgating the conspiracy theory of Muslim immigration that inspired the Christchurch terror attack.
At an employment tribunal in Edinburgh, the Murdoch owned broadsheet was accused of inaccurate, misleading and prejudicial reporting of trans issues.
Members of the EU’s anti-corruption committee warn Portugal over treatment of Rui Pinto ahead of crunch meeting tomorrow.
Faisal Khan on Pakistan’s long history of corruption and Imran Khan’s quest to tackle it.
The injustice of how our justice system deals with its own errors was a key theme at the launch of Proof magazine this week.
‘My Three-Year Battle with the DWP Over PIP: I Just Didn’t Want to Go On’
Experts across the board fear a Trump-style Boris Johnson Government would be a threat to the criminal justice system.
Otto English on his attempts to discover who Nigel Farage’s parliamentary candidates – announced by the Brexit Party leader last month but never formally identified – actually are.
Byline Times‘ court reporter James Doleman looks at Stephen Yaxley-Lennon’s weak defence and shaky demeanour throughout his long-awaited contempt of court Old Bailey trial. It was an odd couple of days at the Old Bailey. When I arrived on Thursday morning, the first thing I saw was that the normally busy street was closed off…
Paul Canning reveals the Labour Leadership’s alarming tendency to mitigate the crimes of the Kremlin.
CJ Werleman documents his conversations with Faisal Thar Thakin, a Rohingya Muslim who has been held in the kingdom’s notorious Shumaisi detention centre for the past six years.
Jonathan Portes, Professor of economics and public policy at King’s College London, on why the UK has long been a country shaped by immigration and immigrants – and how the reality of this is not as bad as the rhetoric portrays.
Tom Cordell reports on an endangered proposal by local people in north London to force developers to provide genuinely affordable homes.
After an Electoral Commission investigation into Brexit Party PayPal donations, Otto English has questions about their recruitment of MPs.
Natalie Bloomer and Samir Jeraj report on the campaign to keep London Black Women’s Project running its specialist refuge service in east London.
Nicola Driscoll-Davies gathers reactions to the attempt by a government spokesman to deny the political motives behind the murder of Malta’s most famous journalist.
Alex Varley-Winter reports on how British Citizens resident in the EU are left in a ‘void’ by UK politicians about the risk of being made ‘illegals’.
With US ‘migrant detention centres being compared to concentration camps, Alex Varley winter reports on how Britain has its own problem with non-criminal prisons.
Jon Robins spends a day at a court in east London where a number of tenants about to be evicted – who should be provided with legal aid – are relying on a duty lawyer.
Documents from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) tell a tale of a ministry not fit to handle informing millions of women born in the 1950s that they would lose their pensions and complacent politicians unwilling to take action.
CJ Werleman on what the reaction to the violence in Oregon reveals about the rising threat of fascism in America.
Liz Gerard provides more evidence on the claim that Times editor John Witherow insisted on the controversial ‘Muslim foster carer story’ because it had been handed to the editor by an oligarch friend.
the local authority decided the threshold had not been met to show the boy was “suffering or likely to suffer harm”.
Jon Robins on why the failure of key evidence to be disclosed in criminal trials in recent years has long been an issue leading to miscarriages of justice.