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Harvey Pitt looks at the role social media has played in Kenya's 2022 election and finds that the social media giants are failing to learn from the errors of the past
Sam Bright and Sian Norris track the evolution of pro-Trump, pro-Brexit ideologies in the UK and US
Economics professors Muhammad Ali Nasir and David Spencer explain why wage hikes do not herald economic disaster
Sian Norris analyses the rhetoric of war in Nigel Farage's performance at CPAC, and explores its links to fascist theory
James Grace explores the number and nature of EU rules on the UK statute book
The Byline Intelligence Team dig behind the shocking stats to find the truth about who is crossing the Channel and why. Sascha Lavin and Sian Norris report
John Mitchinson lifts the lid on why the Luddites weren’t really ‘Luddite’
Tom Mutch reveals his time on the front line with Amnesty officials and the glaring oversights and errors in their recent much-criticised report
While we've all been distracted by Westminster drama, what's been happening across the Channel? Sian Norris takes a look at the latest political news from Europe
An investigation by the Byline Intelligence Team raises questions about how civil servants are being recruited to Government roles
A new investigation by Sam Baker looks at concerns of a ‘dysfunctional’ sector where big firms dominate the response to a growing social crisis
A freedom of information request submitted by the Byline Intelligence Team suggests the story around who knew what and when about the former Conservative deputy chief whip could change again
Former diplomat Alexandra Hall Hall explores how the UK could start rebuilding public trust in its institutions and our democracy following a turbulent few years
With the UK heading for recession, the two remaining candidates to become Britain's next Prime Minister are committed to the same failed economic theories that created the current crisis, writes Thomas Perrett
New data shows a quarter of white voters in the US are concerned about extreme left-wing groups – ignoring the reality of political violence
Radical change is needed to stop young people from being excluded from English cricket because of their race and class, writes Ian Lucas
More and more children are being hospitalised with eating disorders – but where is the investment and funding to ensure they get the support they need?
As the Conservative leadership election rolls on, concerns persist about the origins of the Sunak family fortune, reports Manasa Narayanan for the Byline Intelligence Team
Byline Times and The Citizens expose how the far-right has recruited anti-vaxxers to new, hateful causes
New analysis shows how, for the majority of people crossing the Channel into the UK, home has become a place of bombs and shells
Penny Pepper explains why class continues to be so oppressive for working-class disabled people
Carrie Dunn, author of a history of women's football, speaks to experts about gender equality in the sport – and finds that the issues within the game are found across society
Chris York reports on the reaction of Ukrainians after the former Labour Leader said the West supplying weapons to the country will 'prolong and exaggerate' Vladimir Putin's unprovoked war
Kyiv-based Paul Niland explores why recent calls for Ukraine to come to a 'peaceful compromise' with Russia – despite its unprovoked invasion of the country continuing – cannot be adhered to
In the latest in her series on the National Health Crisis, Sian Norris reports on the impact of patients waiting more than four hours to be seen in A&Es across England
China has long determined to use whatever means necessary to attain total dominance over the Western Pacific, writes CJ Werleman
The summer of strikes has come to social care – with striking careworkers fighting for better pay and against precarity, reports Thomas Perrett
The feminist movement must show sisterhood with the Rojava Women's Revolution against Turkish repression, argues Rahila Gupta
A Russian national backed by the Russian state has been indicted by the US Justice Department for funding and using members of American political groups as foreign agents of Russian Intelligence in nearly a decade of malign influence operations
Reporting from the ground in Nairobi, Sian Norris speaks to LGBTIQ activists fighting for visibility in a country where homosexuality remains criminalised
Eliz Mizon talks to journalists from across the spectrum to discover why the UK media still peddles climate denying misinformation – even during an unprecedented heatwave