A central feature of British life for more than two centuries, the printed morning newspaper will soon disappear for good. And it looks as though some of the biggest names will be the next to go.
Month: July 2017
Some £5bn has been wrongfully paid out to benefit claimants and the low paid because neither the Department of Work and Pensions and HM Revenue and Customs were up to the job.
With Westminster lobby hacks feverishly speculating on who will become Tory leader after Theresa May – one person overlooked is David Gauke. Could history repeat the deposing of Thatcher in 1990 by a party desperate to stay in power.
With an estimated 160 UK deaths from air pollution every day new calls come for a public inquiry
EU Fund for Africa adopts €46 million programme to integrate border management in Libya
Revealed: The man who sacked a woman on maternity leave is now head campaigner for women’s equality in Scotland
A Glasgow employment tribunal has criticised a former chief executive of the Scottish Refugee Council for sacking a woman employee on maternity leave. He has now got a top job championing the rights of women for the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
After months of speculation and investigation, what is the power of data? Well, it’s limitless.
Jacob Rees-Mogg is emerging as the new face of Russian political interference in the UK…
The fragile Conservative and DUP partnership could be smashed apart next year if the current proposals for big changes in Northern Ireland Parliamentary seats go ahead – cutting the number of DUP MPs from 10 to 7 and boosting Sinn Fein to 9.
A special investigation into Mexico’s hidden crimes and state level corruption, exclusive to Byline.
Britain’s first tram train project has ended up costing nearly five times more than projected, has yet to go into service and has left the rolling stock languishing in the depot.
The UK triggered Article 50 on the 29th March 2017. The EU have released a full progress update.
An antisocial media network exists, in which nuclear holocaust is desirable and news deplorable…
Political agreement in principle on two landmark agreements will bring huge benefits to partners.
Gag, cover up and secret privatisation: What is the real story behind the NHS clinical correspondence scandal
There were two scandals in the recent missing 700,000 NHS clinical correspondence documents – the loss of sensitive information that was never delivered to GPs and the attempt by a private company to frustrate the National Audit Office thoroughly investigate.
The accountant who was fined £120,000 for professional misconduct after being duped by privatisation spivs over the privatisation of London’s fire engines. He now lives in rural Oxfordshire and is a fine wine buff.