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Eleanor Peake is the New Statesman’s assistant online editor.
Far from being a relic of the past, hysteria is an increasingly modern phenomenon.
The threat of celebrity has always loomed over the royal family. Now they are finally leaning in.
Just like the tabloids, new documentaries tap into an insatiable public lust for details about the pop star’s life.
The late Duke of Edinburgh was both vilified and vindicated by The Crown; for younger generations, this is how we will remember him.
In spring of 2020, thousands of fledgling couples across the UK chose to move in together. Only some withstood the test.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are playing a different game now – one of their own choosing.
Myspace and Bebo defined millennial adolescence. Are they about to make a comeback?
A new report highlights the negative impact social media has on adolescent girls. But how worried should we be?
Old memories construct our sense of self. But what if the way we remember them is being manipulated?
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.