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James Bloodworth is a journalist and author of Hired: Six Months Undercover in Low-Wage Britain, which was longlisted for the 2019 Orwell Prize.
Those drawn to Covid conspiracy theories are not necessarily stupid – they’re scared and desperate to feel in control.
Rather than lecturing the poor on what to eat, we should address the material deprivation that encourages weight gain.
Westerners should have no illusions about the blame the Cuban government bears for the country’s poverty and lack of democracy
At present, social media empowers harassers and stalkers.
By housing 15,000 rough sleepers during the pandemic, ministers proved that there is nothing inevitable about homelessness.
The Batley and Spen by-election candidate is an opportunist who has spent his career lauding tyrants.
The Chinese government fuses rapacious capitalism with state persecution but that has not stopped leftists cosying up to it.
It’s time society gave more to those who have no desire to “escape” their class and who simply want to live a decent, dignified life.
Britain is still a country where working class people are viewed as a problem first and as victims second.
Anti-Semitic incidents are increasing as our collective memory of Jewish suffering is slowly fading.