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Samir Jeraj is a Special Projects Writer at the New Statesman
Polling for the New Statesman suggests more than half of Britons think the country should not welcome tourists from abroad this year.
This is a show that delights in subverting stereotypical narratives about Muslim women.
None of the things that seemed to surprise others about this pandemic have surprised social epidemiologists, Pickett says.
Online trauma is affecting more people, but little seems to be happening to tackle effects or causes.
Bosnia's public TV broadcaster is feeling the pressure of a nation struggling to remain united.
NHS England’s national mental health director talks about her career, the pandemic, and the challenges facing health services.
Urban economies face the challenge of growing gaps between the health of the rich and poor.
Downloads of retail investor apps have spiked during Covid-19, highlighting the vulnerabilities of users and the stock market.
Nothing about this absurd TV show should make for enjoyable viewing – but somehow, it does.
Robotics could be the answer to growing healthcare needs. But will it be an equitable future?