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The smirking former No 10 aide has confirmed what we knew: the EU referendum was won on false pretences.
The New Statesman's coverage of the world's first pandemic Games since 1920.
Shame may have been helpful in maintaining lockdown discipline, but it has also had dark consequences during the pandemic.
The rate of daily infections is the highest it has been since mid-January, with 55,000 new cases recorded.
The government’s policy of standing back and letting the virus reproduce freely is an invitation to disaster.
Rarely has a rich, sophisticated Western country fallen as far and as fast as the United Kingdom has under Johnson.
The London bureau chief for Germany’s public broadcaster reflects on Britain’s government.
The iconic image of the final, from an English perspective, is surely the embrace that Gareth Southgate gave Bukayo Saka.
It should be concerning to us all that during the recent heatwave deaths in British Columbia have risen to three times normal levels.
Deaths have plummeted from 400 at the same point during the second wave to just eight.
Downing Street claims civil liberties are at the top of its list of priorities for Global Britain. Is that really true?