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Indra is the New Statesman’s digital sub-editor.
On one hand, it’s an extremely delicious plant-based snack. On the other, the timing of its release is a disappointment.
The twenty-sixth letter in the New Statesman's A-Z of the decade.
The eleventh letter in the New Statesman's A-Z of the decade.
The Tories and Labour are preparing for a close contest in this bellweather seat, which has backed the winning party in every election since 1983. But faced with the fifth vote in five years, voters are growing weary.
Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn spent today filming bizarre videos ahead of tonight’s debate.
Writer Charlie Covell located all the plot holes that might have left an audience in doubt, and returned to neatly sew them up.
UK nationals wanting a week in the sun should probably arrive at the border with plenty of food, water, patience, and a good book for a long wait at passport control.
Prince Harry championed saving the planet – until he wanted a holiday. So if you throw enough money at carbon offsetting, are you excused from contributing to the climate crisis?
The government is secretly preparing for major disruption to imports and price increases on some foods.
As students break up for summer, 250 schools are saying goodbye to their five-day weeks – and thousands of kids are preparing to lose 10 per cent of their primary education.