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The country once hailed as the “Switzerland of the Middle East” now faces the prospects of bankruptcy and chaos as never before.
The Prime Minister and his advisers seem to be preparing to use their own bungled response to the pandemic as the rationale for reforming the state.
For many young Hong Kongers, China’s tightening grip is forcing the question: stay or go?
Yes! No. Perhaps.
The New Yorker columnist and author of Surviving Autocracy believes there can be no return to the pre-Trump normal.
If you did not know the US was in the midst of a health crisis, you would not learn it from watching the president.
Rather than simply scrutinising the government, and repairing Labour’s damaged reputation, Keir Starmer must offer a vision.
The information, released after requests from the New Statesman, suggests more local lockdowns may follow.
The damaging delay to benefit payments is accepted as unnecessary by its architects, exposing further evidence-blindness in the welfare system.
A new housing announcement points towards a future in which work is very different.
The former prime minister has rounded on the government for appointing its chief EU negotiator as national security adviser in place of Mark Sedwill.