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The third letter in the New Statesman’s A-Z of the decade.
Confusion over the Prime Minister’s words exposes a problem with his border policy.
The Brexit Party and Conservatives have their eye on the northeast coastal constituency, but its residents are not to be pigeonholed.
The first letter in the New Statesman’s A-Z of the decade.
Over four million children live in poverty in the UK, yet their lives are rarely this visible.
The US president’s previous trips have been higher profile, but our election and our future are now intertwined with his reputation.
Two have been killed and others injured two years after a terror attack in the same area.
Why we can’t escape the “swindle”.
A local campaigner called Claire Wright is fighting to end Tory rule in East Devon after 150 years, having turned the safe seat marginal over the last two elections.
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In the world's sixth richest country, a record number of people will be starving at Christmas.
After one of the biggest election night surprises in 2017, the constituency in which Labour’s Rosie Duffield ended a century of Tory rule hangs in the balance.