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Harry Lambert is special correspondent of the New Statesman and writes long-reads for the magazine. He tweets at @harrytlambert.
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.
The most powerful adviser in Downing Street was in the wilderness in the mid-2000s, running a short-lived think-tank. But many of his warnings and prophecies have been fulfilled.
Cummings’s blog may become a way for him to communicate as directly as President Trump does in his tweets.
The Tory grandee discusses Brexit, May, Thatcher and the growing problem of government by advisor.
If the party chooses another unpopular and inadequate leader, it will condemn itself to defeat in advance.
Dominic Grieve stood firm against Boris Johnson and a no-deal Brexit. His reward was to be expelled from the party his family had served for so long.
A new book explores how big tech threatens democracy.