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Inside the mind of Dr Jim Down, a leading intensive care consultant, on the night of the peak number of deaths from Covid-19 in hospitals.
The national saga of 1940 was remarkable and truly historic. Eighty years on, the UK is again in the grip of a “people’s war” that will define the lives and outlook of all who survive it.
New data shows that the most at-risk parts of the UK have much to fear from the loosening of lockdown.
The behaviours necessary to fight Covid-19 are having painful psychological consequences.
Michael Goodier of the New Statesman data journalism team highlights some crucial new themes.
Our contributors Laura Spinney, Dr Phil Whitaker and Professor Michael Barrett joined Jason Cowley to discuss pandemics past, present and future.
Could the coronavirus pandemic have an effect as lasting and profound as the Black Death?
Currently, ITV is broadcasting Euro 96 Relived. Here American photographer Lou Siroy, shares his unique take on the colour and atmosphere he witnessed during the memorable tournament.
The New Statesman’s creative editor selects a series of images from photographers across the globe.
New Statesman creative editor selects a series of archive images
Those overwhelmed by excess isolate from it. But at a near-silent meditation retreat, I became afraid of nothingness. The same frantic thought occurred over and over: why am I here?