Augusta Riddy is a Special Projects Writer at the New Statesman.
A guide to ACOs, the controversial proposed structural overhaul to healthcare in the UK.
At a New Statesman Labour fringe, Rebecca Long-Bailey and Bill Esterson criticised the government for holding British manufacturing back.
Alcohol consumption amongst British boys and girls has fallen considerably since 2002, when the region had the highest in Europe.
At a New Statesman Labour fringe the Shadow BEIS Secretary and general secretary of the TUC discussed how to encourage young people to join trade unions.
At a New Statesman and FSB Labour fringe, the Shadow Chancellor stated his preference for a general election over a “people’s vote”.
The EEF's chief economist says UK manufacturing can compete on the global stage, but Westminster must be realistic, and prepared.
Modular homes are built off-site, enabling quick and fuss-free construction. Are they the answer to Britain’s housing needs?
Wahed Invest allows British Muslims to ethically invest in a global portfolio, closely monitored by an Ethical Review Board.
In his first speech as Secretary of State for Education, Damian Hinds made a commitment to improving life chances for disadvantaged pupils.
The Scottish government has committed to establishing a national investment bank by 2020, but is it enough to kick-start growth?