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The journalist and broadcaster on BBC bias, the culture wars and Private Eye’s record subscription numbers.
In a major investigation, the New Statesman data team has analysed thousands of records from a decade of federal lobbying, to see how the major tech players work to wield influence at the heart of the US legislature.
The huge growth in retail investment over the past year has been foreshadowed by a longer and larger growth in online gambling. Are the two related?
The power of private owners has long been debated in British society, and – even after a decade of digital disruption – remains controversial.
Outdoor recreation has been a lifeline for some smaller cities, which have fared better in terms of leisure and hospitality job retention than larger tourism hubs.
Salmon is one of the UK’s largest exports but in the wild they are overfished and undernourished. Could sustainable aquaculture save them?
The New Statesman now has more subscribers than at any point in the past 40 years.
Foreign direct investment plays a greater role in the UK than in other advanced economies.
Israel's start-up sector has an outsized global influence, but remains held back by major political and structural issues.
Offshore wind capacity will need to be increased across the world to meet international climate commitments, but with as little harm as possible to wildlife.
Andy Jassy's appointment as the tech giant's new CEO shows where its future really lies.