Will Dunn is the New Statesman's Special Projects Editor.
Former Goldman Sachs chief economist and Treasury minister Jim O’Neill reflects on the Northern Powerhouse.
The train operator's marketing points to a deeper problem in the way some passengers are treated.
Court of Appeal squashes legal challenge to leasehold costs
Does Spielberg’s paean to the great American newspaper offer some insight into how the current US president will be remembered?
Wealthsimple bets on ethical credentials in the race to attract young investors
The UK's public libraries are beng deprofessionalised and, in many cases, closing altogether. What effect will this have on education, employment and the wider economy?
The Climate Change Minister answers questions on coal and the energy sources that can replace it
OK, this is not a real interview with the 45th President of the United States. But it absolutely is a real chat with the president's impersonator-in-chief on Saturday Night Live, Alec Baldwin, and his co-author, Kurt Andersen.
Eben Upton's Raspberry Pi was denied government support – and went on to become the most successful British computer ever made. He tells Spotlight why "gatekeepers" are a problem for innovation