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Sex workers brought tens of millions of people to the subscriber-only social network. Now they say it’s dumping them in favour of celebrities.
Exclusive polling shows lockdown measures remain popular in Britain – but self-isolation is, for too many, simply unaffordable.
Struggling to communicate coronavirus measures to younger residents, local authorities stake taxpayers’ money on Tiger King’s Carole Baskin and Jay from The Inbetweeners.
How a rule intended to curb speculation about political leaders’ mental health has left many psychiatrists questioning their professional body.
Elderly care home residents, ethnic minorities and those living in poverty are once more being disproportionately affected.
New Statesman analysis suggests some countries with a higher GDP per capita have been allocated more international funding to fight the virus than poorer nations.
Local lockdowns, the end of Eat Out to Help Out, and public caution are all weakening the UK’s economic recovery.
Dominic Cummings wants to create a British tech company that could rival the Silicon Valley giants. So why is the government turning downing the chance to rehome a firm that does just that?
Deaths and hospitalisations remain far lower than in the spring, but this could rapidly change.
Ruling party candidates have swept to victory in almost every regional contest – but the opposition also demonstrated its potential.
After years of complaints from users, Goodreads' reign over the world of book talk might be coming to an end.