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Alona Ferber is Special Projects Editor at the New Statesman.
A British teenager has been convicted of “causing public nuisance” for fabricating a rape claim in Cyprus. But she, and many women supporting her, maintain she was telling the truth.
A chilling trend of offences against British Jews is also reflected in the US and across Europe.
Deadlocked by many of the same factors as Britain's, Israel's electoral system may offer a glimpse of our political future.
Young people have been calling for action on the environment all year. With the UK voting this week, they urge politicians – and the electorate – to listen to them.
The Women’s Equality Party knows it doesn’t have much hope of gaining a seat on 12 December, so it is instead campaigning with a focus on ending gender-based violence. But can women compete with Brexit?
Danielle Rowley, Labour’s Shadow Minister for Climate Justice and Green Jobs, discusses a key battleground for the general election.
The fears of Britain's Jews are very real and are part of a broader politicisation of minorities.
The country's longest-serving PM is also the first to face indictment while still in office. What next for the Israeli politics?
Once a safe seat, Labour's majority in this pro-Leave marginal has dropped by more than 75 per cent since 2005. Will Ruth Smeeth hold on?
As a weary Britain heads to the polls, relations between Labour and the Jewish community have reached a new low.