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New London polling reveals enthusiasm for car reduction measures such as LTNs and Transport for London’s planned toll on driving into the capital.
If local chemists were recruited, they alone could hit half the government's weekly vaccination target – but so far only six are delivering the jabs.
Allowing the police to interpret Covid-19 laws as they please has set a dangerous human rights precedent.
The Tory London mayoral candidate’s suggestion that the homeless could save for home deposits was a new low.
Viewed from the north, England has always operated on a two-tier system. The government’s pandemic response has simply made this more visible.
Defending civil liberties was once a defining principle of the left, so why has the term been co-opted to mean unbridled individualism?
This column – which, though named after a line in Shakespeare’s “Richard II”, refers to the whole of Britain – has run in the NS since 1934.
The argument for making Twitter and other social media sites accountable for their content is compelling – and the solution could be charging users to post.
Your weekly dose of gossip from around Westminster.
A private caterer has admitted “falling short” as photos circulate on social media of woeful meal provision for poorer pupils.
The public debate about compliance with Covid-19 restrictions wrongly draws a link between the public behaviour we are observing now and the crisis unfolding.