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Jasper Jackson is the New Statesman’s digital editor. He was formerly assistant editor of Media Guardian, and editor of TheMediaBriefing.
The 2010s saw the continued decline of smoking, partly helped by substitutes that have thrown up their own concerns.
Different approaches to misinformation by the leading parties could have an impact on the election.
A chain of recent events that cycled from fact to fiction encapsulated a worrying problem with our political culture.
The ease with which false information now spreads online has fractured our politics.
Twitter users in the UK and US are borrowing and adapting political terms and phrases such as "drain the swamp" from each other.
Less Chariots of Fire and more egg-and-spoon-at-your-kid’s-sports-day.
The Conservative Party's fake fact-checking brand underlines how competing versions of the truth are corroding democracy.
Turns out, this time around, most of us really are Brenda “not another election” from Bristol.
The power to reach millions of phones has made deciding when to send a push notification a serious business for news outlets.
Roula Khalaf joins a growing number of women heading top titles, but her appointment is a reminder of how unrepresentative the media remains.