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Freddie Hayward is a graduate trainee at New Statesman Media Group.
The film’s over-simplification and outdated statistics risk adding to the challenges already facing the world’s oceans.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.
A new northern socialist party aims to emulate the SNP by leading a revolt against both the Tories and Labour.
The author of The Age of Surveillance Capitalism believes the expanding empire of technology behemoths poses an existential risk.
Tasnime Akunjee on the legal quest to allow the schoolgirl who joined Isis to return to the UK.
Young people, ethnic minorities and people living in poor areas are more likely to be unsure about receiving the jab.
Exclusive polling for the New Statesman finds Labour voters divided over the party’s identity, and lacking confidence that it can win back Scotland.
The chair of the new Conservative backbench group makes clear that he is prepared to turn on Boris Johnson if he neglects the “levelling up” agenda.
Community groups fear the government is unprepared for one of its biggest immigration challenges since Windrush.
Conservative backbenchers are the greatest threat to the Prime Minister’s Covid-19 roadmap.