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The genetic data around human difference is inconclusive – but that does not stop right-wing thinkers using it to excuse profound social inequalities
The rise of outdoor socialising has exposed a previously hidden problem: the UK has privatised its toilets.
The autonomy demonstrated by the Scottish government has given voters an enticing taste of separation.
From a paralysed Congress to a growing number of conservative judges, legal experts are concerned about the US presidency’s expanding scope.
Why trust may be the most important factor in persuading consumers to return.
Neville Chamberlain stayed too close to inherited, dying ideas. Which way will Boris Johnson’s administration turn?
Rather than a system based on the mutual impoverishment of workers, we must pursue one based on protection.
In France, Germany, Poland, Georgia and New Zealand, the British government’s handling of the pandemic is viewed as a cautionary tale.
The best way to support the economy is to ease the eye-watering tax burden faced by low earners.
For many Arab citizens of Israel, annexation proposals are seen as continuing a long-standing infringement of their rights.
More than half of Americans would be locked down if the US followed Germany’s Covid-19 rules.