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Ben Walker is a data journalist at the New Statesman.
Not all workers and regions have been equally affected by the virtual office era.
Analysis at a neighbourhood level shows the country is far more diverse in some areas – and far less in others – than the top-line figures suggest.
A decade of ineffective opposition to the SNP has done little to help the unionist cause.
The public perceptions of weakness and untrustworthiness which have plagued the party for a decade still do today.
After the 2019 election, many more Tory MPs represent seats with high numbers of pupils eligible for free school meals.
Latest figures suggest public confidence in the government's ability to handle the pandemic is lower in the UK than almost anywhere else in the world.
An academic survey shows the American Republican party ranks as one of the worst in the world when it comes to standing up for the rights of ethnic minority groups.
The government may need to ask people to put their faith in it once more — but its current actions are chipping away at public confidence.
The UK's timetable for leaving lockdown is riskier than that of our European counterparts.
Spotlight’s exclusive survey reveals Labour councillors less satisfied than Conservative counterparts on the government’s handling of the crisis.