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Boris Johnson’s former aide has never succeeded in replacing what he has destroyed with something better.
We wanted a nice summer break. What we got instead were empty shelves, a “pingdemic” and the awful, smug face of Dominic Cummings.
China’s annual carbon emissions have risen by 20 per cent since 2010.
The smirking former No 10 aide has confirmed what we knew: the EU referendum was won on false pretences.
The Police Federation’s declaration of no confidence and the migrant Channel crossings are significant threats to the Home Secretary’s authority.
Can the government really renegotiate its own Brexit deal after less than a year? What changes would make a difference to Northern Ireland?
Stephen Bush, Anoosh Chakelian and Ailbhe Rea discuss the latest in UK politics on the New Statesman Podcast.
Downing Street's chaotic mismanagement, from the Matt Hancock scandal to the muddle over self-isolation, is not going unnoticed by Conservative MPs.
Affluent professionals trapped in unsafe, unsellable homes could take revenge on the Tories at the ballot box.
Rather than lecturing the poor on what to eat, we should address the material deprivation that encourages weight gain.
The government’s offer of a 3 per cent pay rise for NHS staff won’t compensate for the era of austerity.