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Freddie Hayward is a graduate trainee at New Statesman Media Group.
The author reflects on his journey across Muslim Britain.
The Nigerian author’s blistering polemic reveals some uncomfortable truths about young progressives on social media.
The human rights campaigner reflects on cancel culture and life as an activist.
It looks like “freedom day” on 21 June will be pushed back. But what’s driving this decision, and what restrictions will remain?
Boris Johnson’s “levelling up” agenda was a central theme, but a bill to reform the social care sector was noticeably absent.
It is fitting that the origins of the organisation investigating the Prime Minister can be traced back to Tory corruption in the 1990s.
This #EdBallsDay, a wild silver mullet reminds us how long it has been since New Labour’s prime.
The new mortgage guarantee scheme may have the same effect as other interventions, prolonging a buoyant market at the expense of affordability.
The film’s over-simplification and outdated statistics risk adding to the challenges already facing the world’s oceans.
After a teacher was suspended, protesters are now demanding a criminal investigation, while pupils are divided.