Rishi Sunak pledge tracker: Are the PM’s promises being fulfilled?
As inflation falls to 8.7 per cent, we look at whether Rishi Sunak is any closer to delivering on the five pledges he made to the…By
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Harry Clarke-Ezzidio is a policy reporter at the New Statesman. He covers a range of areas, including the cost-of-living crisis, levelling up and wider social affairs through reports, features, data-led investigations and interviews.
As inflation falls to 8.7 per cent, we look at whether Rishi Sunak is any closer to delivering on the five pledges he made to the…By Harry Clarke-Ezzidio and Katharine Swindells
A new survey shows health service workers reporting extreme levels of stress, anxiety and burnout.By Harry Clarke-Ezzidio
The SNP deputy leader in Westminster spoke at a New Statesman event about Kate Forbes, gay rights and what…By Harry Clarke-Ezzidio
Worries persist over whether the Chancellor has pledged enough funding in the Budget to bolster providers.By Harry Clarke-Ezzidio
Political turmoil made 2022 a year of frustration and powerlessness for civil servants.By Harry Clarke-Ezzidio and Samir Jeraj
It is thought unlikely the Chancellor will pledge more funding, and that will lead to parts of the health…By Harry Clarke-Ezzidio
As the government and nurses enter “intensive” discussions over pay, a trade union negotiator reveals how talks unfold.By Harry Clarke-Ezzidio
Less than a year after it was made, the government has broken its promise to address health inequalities.By Harry Clarke-Ezzidio
The Levelling Up Committee has said the government needs to step up its plans to protect renters and punish…By Harry Clarke-Ezzidio