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Rachel Cunliffe is deputy online editor of the New Statesman
The lack of attention paid to relationships suggests a peculiarly British unwillingness to consider human sexuality.
The shadow minister for domestic violence on Labour’s challenge, parenting in lockdown and meetings in pyjamas.
The punishment proposed for travellers who lie about their journey shows ministers don’t understand how the law works.
The former universities minister on how the Covid-19 crisis has shown the need for a politics of generational solidarity.
The outspoken head teacher warns that we are kidding ourselves if we believe online learning is achieving anything.
The presenter of Ovid Not Covid on finding solace in Greek tragedy and inspiring a new generation of “classics nerds”.
It is not the public who should be forced to look patients in the eye and think hard about their actions – it is the government.
Even before the pandemic, dramatic spending cuts to the Ministry of Justice had made year-long trial delays common.
The pandemic has acted as a gargantuan stress-test, accelerating new couples and putting extra strain on those already struggling.
Allowing the police to interpret Covid-19 laws as they please has set a dangerous human rights precedent.