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Alona Ferber is Special Projects Editor at the New Statesman.
Despite failing to secure a decisive victory in three elections and being on trial for corruption charges, Netanyahu remains Israel’s prime minister. How has he held on for so long?
The UN rapporteur on the right to health, Dainius Puras, on how Covid-19 offers an opportunity to rethink mental health strategy.
Before I go to sleep, I visit a bright and shiny place where a proverbial hand is always on one’s shoulder, advice is given freely, and the best possible day is always just around the corner.
I have sheltered at home during two pandemics, but the presence of my daughter makes the current one a different emotional experience.
The TUC general secretary warns that a lack of affordable childcare could be more of an issue for workers than sick pay if the government asks schools and nurseries to close
With 90 per cent vote counted, the right-religious bloc is two seats shy of a majority – and a constitutional crisis now looms.
To overcome voter disillusionment, left parties must unite Jews and Arabs with a progressive vision for the country’s future.
The leader of the WEP and City Hall insider on why she wants to be mayor of London.
The former Australian PM and chair of the Global Partnership for Education on making the world a more equal place for men and women, from school to the workplace.
The former prime minister may have lost the argument on Brexit, but now he is making the case for fighting terrorist violence through education reform. Will anyone sign up?