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The Duke of Edinburgh and husband of Queen Elizabeth II has died aged 99.
The husband of Queen Elizabeth II, and the longest-serving consort in the history of the British monarchy, has died.
The New Statesman's Scottish election forecast model.
The Covid crisis can enable us to reimagine how we live together and renew the foundations of our economy.
Labour would have the most to lose if Salmond's campaign for a pro-independence supermajority is successful.
The Prime Minister’s sudden eruption of Christian conviction will ring especially hollow in Europe, Scotland and the NHS.
The New Statesman is tracking the latest Covid-19 data on cases, hospitalisations and vaccinations
Eurosceptic politicians are now more likely to look to Viktor Orbán’s Hungary for inspiration than to the UK.
From pensions to pubs to vaccine passports, young people’s frustration with the “selfish boomers” is boiling over.
Britain’s confused Turing programme may harm the “Global Britain” vision the government hopes to encourage.
The David Cameron lobbying scandal is just the latest example of how the UK is becoming a corrupt country of the kind it once regarded with disdain.