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Harry Clarke-Ezzidio is a graduate trainee at the New Statesman.
Discussing climate change in terms of “global warming” can spark confusion. Is there a better way to describe strange weather patterns?
The “world’s best teacher”, Andria Zafirakou – who won the Nobel equivalent of teaching in 2018 – on the pressures of life at her school in a pandemic.
The government’s plan for international travel could compromise the success of the vaccine roll-out.
Michael Gove has suggested the UK take inspiration from Israel’s health pass scheme – but what would that look like?
Claims of an affair with Jennifer Arcuri have raised questions over whether the Prime Minister has broken the code for conduct in public life.
Britain’s confused Turing programme may harm the “Global Britain” vision the government hopes to encourage.
Companies are engaged in a race to capture the fast-emerging market for digital health passports. But will a reopened economy come at the expense of our privacy?
Rishi Sunak has updated the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme, but it still leaves many workers without the financial help they need.
Six cases of the mutation have been found in Britain. But how worried should we be?
After opting to join the front line pandemic response, student nurses now face intense workloads, financial strain and an uncertain future.