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Eleanor Peake is the New Statesman’s social media editor.
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.
The singer speaks about education during the pandemic, Black Lives Matter and why we must start listening to children.
The New Statesman asks pupils what their views are on returning.
The reopening of the country's garden centres was a highly anticipated aspect of easing lockdown, but when did our with love affair with gardening begin?
People from across the UK share the frustrations, surprises and heartache of legally enforced solitude.
With more YouTube views than Stormzy, this metal band is a surprising smash hit – and they’ve only just begun.
The world is confined to their homes for the foreseeable future but dating apps have reported a surge in activity. So, why are we still swiping?
Little-known landlords like the Wellington Pub Company have been forcing pubs to close across the country, but communities are fighting back.