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Alona Ferber is Special Projects Editor at the New Statesman.
The Archbishop of Canterbury on the mental health crisis, inequality, and faith in a pandemic.
The Women’s Equality Party contender for London Mayor on political hypocrisy, the care economy, and ending violence against women.
The author of the independent fintech review discusses the future of the industry.
With 90 per cent of the vote counted, the Prime Minister does not have a clear coalition – but neither do his rivals.
As Israelis prepare to head to the polls, the opposition to Netanyahu is more fragmented than ever.
Women grow up conditioned to protect themselves from attack. But why should the onus be on us?
The pressures of remote working and economic ruin have hit women hardest. What will the impact of Covid-19 on gender equality be in the long run?
Exclusive polling for the New Statesman finds Labour voters split on key questions of identity.
Terms such as “chest-feeding” might sound strange to some, but surely our health system should make every effort to reach vulnerable groups?
Sex and the City showed me a world created by and for women. I felt seen by it, even though it was many miles away from who I was.