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As coronavirus cases surge, Republicans have subtly shifted their rhetoric on vaccination. But is it too little, too late?
China’s annual carbon emissions have risen by 20 per cent since 2010.
The smirking former No 10 aide has confirmed what we knew: the EU referendum was won on false pretences.
Despots aren’t defeated by laughter, but the fundamental message of the comedian – “it doesn’t have to be this way” – threatens authority and disturbs the prevailing order.
Republican efforts to restrict voting rights in the US revive the legacy of Jim Crow and imperil the future of the republic.
The New Statesman's coverage of the world's first pandemic Games since 1920.
The number of high heat days is increasing rapidly across the world, and the implications for businesses are profound.
If the International Olympic Committee had cancelled the Games, they would have had to refund roughly £2.9bn to broadcasters.
Fractured by Yates, Things Are Against Us by Ellmann, In Youth is Pleasure by Welch and Filthy Animals by Taylor.
In a collection of eight essays, the writer Melissa Febos uses her own adolescence as a departure point for exploring the fraught process of becoming a woman.
As South Africa experiences fresh violence, the Archbishop’s life is a reminder of the human capacity for solidarity and political action.