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Anger, it can seem, is everywhere. It spreads faster than ever. It is viral, but unlike coronavirus cannot be socially distanced into abeyance.
The New Statesman's World Review podcast with Emily Tamkin and Ido Vock.
Millions of people are entering the benefits system for first time.
When influenza hit in 1918, US public health experts weren't clear and political leaders didn't know better. Ours should.
The government department's unpredictable and inhumane policies suggest something in its culture is going badly wrong.
With the cost of government borrowing at record lows, the public sector pay freeze and overseas aid budget cut are throwbacks to austerity.
Hospitalisations and death figures suggest the second wave has peaked in several countries.
A court ruling has sparked demonstrations against the natalist policies of Europe's right-wing populists and raised questions about who makes Poland's laws.
As Boris Johnson announced an extra £16bn for the Ministry of Defence, the potential costs of modern combat to our democracy have never been higher.
The creation of the Scottish parliament precipitated the collapse of more radical forms of territorial dissent, while failing to address the problems driving them.
The former chief aide to Boris Johnson saw through David Cameron's attempts in 2015 to hide the precarious nature of Britain's EU membership.