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Harry Lambert is special correspondent of the New Statesman and writes long-reads for the magazine. He tweets at @harrytlambert.
Boris Johnson’s chief strategist reached No 10 by pitting the people against the political elite and scorning the media. Now his hypocrisy is exposed.
They told me what no one has yet reported: Cummings' time in Durham coincided with his uncle's death in London.
New data shows that the most at-risk parts of the UK have much to fear from the loosening of lockdown.
Government planning rested on the assumption that the UK would simply let a future tragedy unfold.
As the UK records one of the highest death rates in the world, the government can no longer explain away the scale of the crisis.
Unless the economy reopens by the summer, the worst crisis on record will only intensify.
A lethal pandemic was considered the most serious security risk to the UK. But nothing was done.
After failing to prepare, the UK now faces a grave shortage of the machines that will keep critical patients alive.
Under Boris Johnson, parliament has been silenced and an inner circle of power-brokers are driving Downing Street's agenda. Who are they?
Gove is in line to oversee the UN climate summit, the future of Britain's trading relationships, and public service reform.