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New Statesman magazine

Planet Covid

How the virus holds the world in its grip, by Jeremy Cliffe

Plus Robert Harris on why politics is now too strange even for fiction, Helen Thompson on the fragile Union, and Philip Collins on why Brexit is the only thing uniting the Tories

WORLD

Why failure to secure an EU trade deal would leave the Union more unstable than ever

For both the Conservatives and Labour, the risk of shunning a deal with Brussels involves the further risk of allowing another Scottish referendum.

Why failure to secure an EU trade deal would leave the Union more unstable than ever

For both the Conservatives and Labour, the risk of shunning a deal with Brussels involves the further risk of allowing another Scottish referendum.

Why failure to secure an EU trade deal would leave the Union more unstable than ever

For both the Conservatives and Labour, the risk of shunning a deal with Brussels involves the further risk of allowing another Scottish referendum.

Why failure to secure an EU trade deal would leave the Union more unstable than ever

For both the Conservatives and Labour, the risk of shunning a deal with Brussels involves the further risk of allowing another Scottish referendum.

UK

What would Keynes do?

JM Keynes was convinced that if democracies failed to tackle mass unemployment, people would turn to dictatorships. We must urgently remember his warning. 

Culture

MEDIA, TECH AND DIGITAL CULTURE