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The leading Conservative rebel has ruled out backing a Corbyn-led caretaker administration in an email.
A “do or die” Brexit would dramatically increase the likelihood of an economic downturn – but its severity would depend on how the government responded.
Pharmacies are already over-burdened.
You can get someone to produce their car keys at gunpoint, but you can't get them to produce a flying carpet.
Neil Woodford was famed for stellar returns and brilliant counter-intuitive bets, until he tilted his strategy towards Brexit and the British economy.
Becoming a subordinate of the US will not allow us to “take back control” or rescue our democracy.
In 2017, the weak currency helped Jeremy Corbyn wrest the campaign away from issues that caused Labour pain, and towards economics and public spending
But can his government communicate it?
A hard border in Ireland could scupper Boris Johnson's hopes of a US trade deal.
The party must abandon all notions of EU withdrawal — there is no better deal than the one the UK has.
New Statesman writers and contributors scrutinise the potential impacts of Britain leaving the European Union without a withdrawal agreement.