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Eleanor Peake is the New Statesman’s social media editor.
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.
The British monarchy captivates and entertains a vast international fandom, but the drama of the Sussex split has riven a once-close online community.
By sharing their dating app history online, Incel men are seeking to spread their misogynistic and dangerous ideology.
If Yorkshire is a divided county, Keighley and Ilkley – two towns just eleven miles apart from each other – make up its most divided constituency.
The fifth letter in the New Statesman's A-Z of the decade.
If William Shakespeare met Ru Paul’s Drag Race, the result would be & Juliet.
Asgardia wants to be the world's first space nation. By 2023, its citizens plan to establish their own laws, government and currency. In space.
Who cares about empathetic, smart television when we could have a good laugh at the Himba women using an iron for the first time?