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Black British people are almost 11 times more likely to be stopped and searched than white British people.
We face an imminent crime surge, but our government is more concerned with protecting monuments than citizens.
Those drawn to Covid conspiracy theories are not necessarily stupid – they’re scared and desperate to feel in control.
Britain has been plagued by floods for decades, with affected areas feeling overlooked. Will flooded hospitals and Tube stations break the cycle of neglect?
Armando Iannucci joins the New Statesman podcast team for a special episode - the first in our mini-series, 'Westminster Reimagined'.
A New Statesman Freedom of Information request has revealed that in 2020-21, 377 police officers were working full-time in London schools. What are these officers actually doing, and how is their presence affecting the young?
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.
Though isolation is most typically considered a problem for the old, under-35s are increasingly the most friendless generation.
With the police raids over the Matt Hancock CCTV leak, the UK risks mimicking despots who deploy surveillance software.
GB News promised ambition. But it has resorted to boring and predictable culture-war stances rather than challenging its viewers.