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Dad paced excitedly around the perimeter. “There are two outer rings. First time I’ve seen that.”
While the British high street declines, Harrods, Selfridges and Harvey Nichols are turning over record profits, fuelled by a new kind of global consumer.
New Statesman writers reflect on what they might have become had circumstances, real life, or fate not got in the way.
What I learned when I bought a forest instead of a house.
The humble berry can bring festive magic – and rare winter visitors.
As the SNP struggles to hold its movement together and exploit unhappiness about Brexit, a broad, disruptive coalition of populists and the left is agitating for a more radical plan for leaving the Union.
Winston Churchill said Clement Attlee was a modest man who had much to be modest about. But they worked together to help save their country.
Jo Swinson, the Lib Dem leader, began the campaign on a high. But her personal approval ratings have slumped and her party is struggling.
From a second Brexit referendum to urgent action to confront the climate crisis, our contributors outline the choices before Britain.
As Churchill said, “We are with Europe but not of it.”
The shadow chancellor believes Labour will win the election and effect a socialist transformation of Britain. Is he deluded?