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Jonathan Liew is a fortnightly New Statesman columnist and chief sports writer of the Independent.
Whenever there’s race to be debated, just page Barnes and up he pops, effortlessly filling airtime.
The rapid shift in the political weather since Brexit has seen the ex-cricketer’s brand of armchair populism dusted down and put on breakfast TV.
The north-west is the cradle of English football, but once-thriving smaller clubs are being squeezed out by globalisation and their giant neighbours.
A breathtakingly glib solution to a problem that really wasn’t that pressing in the first place.
From cricket World Cup winners and super-rich footballers to tennis players struggling on the tour, sports men and women are relentlessly exploited for their labour
A triumph of our unique diversity, a resounding endorsement of immigration and open borders, a side that epitomised the very best of these islands.