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Harry Lambert is special correspondent of the New Statesman and writes long-reads for the magazine. He tweets at @harrytlambert.
Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren and other key progressives will chair powerful Senate committees.
The senator for West Virginia aligns with the Republicans on many issues. In a split upper chamber, he could frustrate the left’s ambitions.
The Prime Minister’s Downing Street court now resembles that of the Cameron-Osborne era.
There is a very real possibility of Britain largely eliminating the fatality risk of the virus by early spring.
The historian and author of Twilight of Democracy on the meaning of the US election result and whether the age of progress is over.
The former adviser's downfall should help Johnson – he was a dominant but ineffective chief inside No 10.
Having long alienated the Tory party, Cummings and his ally Lee Cain finally lost Boris Johnson’s trust, too.
Many different types of poll agree: Donald Trump is no more popular than he was in 2016, while Biden is far more popular than Hillary Clinton.
White men continue to hold disproportionate political power both institutionally and online, according to a New Statesman analysis.
Despite reaching a record level of £2trn, Britain’s debt has rarely placed so light a burden on the state.