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Eleanor Peake is the New Statesman’s social media editor.
Almost a year into the Covid crisis, low-income NHS workers are still being forced to pay extortionate visa fees, racking up thousands of pounds of debt.
Amid numerous complaints about the royal drama, Jeffrey Archer has described the portrayal of Margaret Thatcher's relationship with the Queen as "farcical".
The late princess has become a canvas on to which a generation of women have painted themselves.
Refugees have set up the UK’s first Yemeni asylum database, tracking the needs of people fleeing the war-torn country.
Women account for the majority of public transport journeys in the capital, but men are more likely to report when they have been victims of crime.
The Labour peer and former child refugee on Brexit's poisonous legacy, climate change displacement and escaping Nazi occupation.
From empty halls of residence to campus outbreaks, starting university in 2020 is a very different experience.
As the government announces new plans to overhaul the planning system, England’s most vulnerable renters continue to be exploited.
Since lockdown began, 25 per cent of girls under 18 say they experienced at least one form of abuse or sexual harassment online. The New Statesman asks teenagers what really happens when they log on.
During the coronavirus outbreak, researchers in Antarctica were some of the safest people on the planet. Then the world closed its borders.