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Ailbhe Rea is political correspondent at the New Statesman.
The Labour leader spoke to the New Statesman at the Fabian society conference about foreign and domestic policy.
Far from being on the brink, the health service has already fallen over it.
Keir Starmer has called for a tougher lockdown, and five other things we learned at this week's Prime Minister's Questions
The public debate about compliance with Covid-19 restrictions wrongly draws a link between the public behaviour we are observing now and the crisis unfolding.
Labour doesn’t have a new policy on “family values”. It just has a new way of talking about council tax.
The violent scenes in Washington are the predictable consequence of Donald Trump's victory.
As lockdown scepticism advanced among Conservative MPs and the media, the truth that the government could not allow the NHS to be overwhelmed was forgotten.
We must all think of ways to make the next few months less painful and to bring about the end of the pandemic faster.
Boris Johnson can't answer the question that defines his premiership to date, and four other things we learned at this week's Prime Minister's Questions.
The government now faces a choice between a grave policy error or a U-turn that will disappoint millions.