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The Prime Minister and his main opponent don't agree on much but they share a diagnosis.
The government must share data and resources with local authorities and support those who need to self-isolate, writes the Mayor of Greater Manchester.
There is much that is good in the government's plans, but there are crucial issues on which the new white paper is silent.
Redesigning Britain’s road network to make it safe will take more than a shiny voucher scheme.
Nuclear weapons are treated, like pandemics, as an abstract political debate until they become a very different reality.
England, Wales and Northern Ireland's governments should learn from its mistake ahead of their own exam results on 13 August.
The Labour leader has cause for optimism in the polling, but there is one cloud on the horizon.
We're using the latest data on Covid-19 cases across Britain to track and predict local lockdowns.
Claire Hanna, the SDLP MP for South Belfast and a family friend of John Hume, discusses the Nobel laureate’s legacy and argues that he created the “toolkit” that prevented a hard Brexit.
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The Chartered Institute of Building and the New Statesman gathered a panel of experts to discuss the wider social and economic impact of the built environment.
The Vauxhall MP, elected in December, on coronavirus, race, and succeeding Kate Hoey.
Anoosh Chakelian and Ailbhe Rae are joined on the New Statesman podcast by Claire Hanna MP.