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The shift in policy may owe more to public opinion than any deeper ideological struggle.
The historically unjust practice of landlords and letting agencies refusing claimants could now be over.
The debate that may ultimately matter is costs versus control.
These known hurdles could prevent a swift economic recovery from the coronavirus recession.
The New Statesman podcast with Stephen Bush, Anoosh Chakelian and Ailbhe Rea.
The government’s economic revolution has arrived early.
Defendants, victims and witnesses are being left in legal limbo as courts stay idle.
This incarnation of the Tory party struggles when it has to confront the British people with hard truths, such as the decline of the high street.
The mediocre, time-serving, wayward and sleazy survive as long as they blindly support the Prime Minister.
Weak rules have allowed China to acquire significant stakes in British nuclear power, oil, steel, water and transport.
Although the policy problem wouldn't change, the political one would.