Julia Rampen is the digital news editor of the New Statesman (previously editor of The Staggers, The New Statesman's online rolling politics blog). She has also been deputy editor at Mirror Money Online and has worked as a financial journalist for several trade magazines.
Exiled from Syria by war, Nour felt helpless for years. Then she discovered a network of quiet humanitarians.
A new report suggests young people could lose up to £108,000 by 2050 as a result of Brexit.
Scotland’s Brexit negotiator Mike Russell said the SNP could ask for a Section 30 order.
Can feminism trump constitutional concerns?
Scottish voters are more likely to see Raytheon as a major employer than a moral quandary.
Designed for historical escapism, The Edwardian Country House now feels strikingly relevant.
For a young woman who grew up in care, Paige was doing well. But not well enough for the Home Office.
The man in charge of the Brexit negotiations once called feminists bigots, and has criticised workers’ rights.
Since his imprisonment for contempt of court, the former EDL leader has been hailed by far right supporters as a free speech martyr.
On a canoe trip, you get off the lake whenever a storm is coming, and in the crackling heat of this Ontario summer, they came a lot.