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Rachel Cunliffe is deputy online editor of the New Statesman
Treating the Tories’ new supporters as too selfish to resist bribery, or too stupid to choose what’s best for them, is profoundly patronising.
Until we pay our prime ministers properly, the role will continue to attract people who assume it’s their right to break the rules.
My attempt to find out whether it’s safe to drink alcohol after receiving a Covid-19 vaccine exposed the perils of reporting on science during a pandemic.
In conversation, the actor, campaigner and London mayoral candidate is a man defined by his contradictions.
There has been no acknowledgement of the risk of injustice when heavy-handed police interpretation is not only sanctioned but encouraged.
“Following the science” shouldn’t just be for lockdown – ministers have a moral duty to take note of research into therapeutic drugs.
The director of the civil liberties group on how Covid-19 has accelerated the creation of a dangerous surveillance state.
While we’ve been “waiting out” the pandemic, time has marched on. It is no wonder our perceptions of ageing have become skewed – but is there a way to take control?
As US states pursue overdue reform, Britain remains wedded to a dogmatic and ineffective war on drugs.
If the Prime Minister can’t imagine working productively outside an office, that says more about him than anyone else.