Charlotte Simmonds is a writer and blogger living in London. She was formerly an editorial assistant at the New Statesman. You can follow her on Twitter @thesmallgalleon.
The British economy has been one of the most talked-about issues on social media during this election campaign. Charlotte Simmonds reviews the debate
The New Statesman brought together a group of experts to pick apart the key housing issues in the capital, and what's to be done about them. Charlotte Simmonds reports.
The Spanish-Gibraltar frontier has always been vulnerable to political pressure, even to closure. So what is an ambitious group of eight cross-border trade unions doing to highlight the economic impact this is having on the region? Charlotte Simmonds finds out.
A world without antimicrobials would be a world without modern medicine, so why is there not more urgency in addressing the global rise of drug resistance? The New Statesman brought leading health experts together to discuss the problem.
Gibraltar's current Chief Minister Fabian Picardo was elected on a campaign of change and claims to have brought radical reform to the Rock’s political framework. Charlotte Simmonds hears the backstory.
Gibraltar’s right to participate in European football has been the product of a hard-won diplomatic battle. Dennis Beiso, chief executive officer of the Gibraltar Football Association, speaks to Charlotte Simmonds about their triumphant journey to Uefa membership and what comes next
An interview with civil rights campaigner Felix Alvarez.