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Ben van der Merwe is a New Statesman Media Group data journalist.
The 25.2 per cent swing to the Lib Dems in Chesham and Amersham is the ninth largest of any by-election since 1991.
A third wave is coming – and is likely to be the most unequal yet.
Boris Johnson’s drive to cut overseas spending puts him at odds with Joe Biden and every other major Western leader.
The number of people in England hospitalised with coronavirus was at a higher level before each lockdown.
It took 22 days for Boris Johnson to add India to the “red list” after Public Health England placed the new variant under investigation.
Chart of the Day: Real wages for women in the public sector have fallen by 0.3 per cent since 2011, while those for women in the private sector have risen.
Each victim of coronavirus in England and Wales would on average have lived a further nine years and six months.
As the US and EU press ahead with measure to combat corporate tax avoidance, the UK is dragging its heels.
Hartley Shawcross and Hermann Josef Abs’ 1950s dream has come to define investor-state relations.
Rather than triggering a surge in private sector investment, foreign aid cuts risk deterring businesses from investing in poorer nations.