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Hettie O'Brien is a New Statesman online editor.
Hannah Martin, who demonstrated at last night’s Mansion House dinner, discusses Mark Field's removal of a female protester.
The greatest risk may not be that computers will one day think like humans, but that humans will forget about the workers sustaining our digital economy.
In an age of intensified work, it’s time to stop tracking sleep and start politicising exhaustion.
In the post-crash age, people are turning away from the former Obama adviser’s nudge theory of economics – and towards the smack of firm government.
The philosopher and occasional politician on building an economy that would allow humans to flourish.
More than the spectre of job obsolescence, it’s the consolidation of corporate power that haunts the labour market.
Labour peer Pauline Bryan is bringing an arcane debate to life.
Rather than engage the young, organisations such as Onward comfort the old with optimistic notions of a Tory revival.
The story of start-up founder Elizabeth Holmes is a parable not of individual brilliance, but systemic stupidity.
James Griffiths explores how the country pioneered a walled internet that has since spread elsewhere.