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Anoosh Chakelian is the New Statesman’s Britain editor.
She co-hosts the New Statesman podcast, discussing the latest in UK politics.
From Covid-19 contracts to vulnerable children, three cabinet ministers so far have been ruled by the High Court as breaking the law during the pandemic response.
On the fourth anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire, over a million people across the country are still trapped in dangerous tower blocks.
The WHO has started naming variants of Covid-19 after the Greek alphabet. But will this prove a help or a hindrance?
Footage of swimmers in a transparent pool built between two London skyscrapers exposes a major housing scandal.
The barrister mistaken for a defendant three times in one day reflects on the aftermath, leaving Essex, and the legal world’s “empty statements” on Black Lives Matter.
Exclusive polling for the New Statesman shows voters see little in common between this government and David Cameron’s.
How night closures of Primrose Hill in Keir Starmer’s north London constituency expose a wider cultural divide.
Nearly 80 per cent of voters think social care should be funded differently, with more than half saying they would pay more tax towards it.
The same outrage about preserving British history rarely follows the rebranding of roads, buildings and estates in the name of business.
Whether countries are red-listed or not, new variants should not be able to spread if the self-isolation system is functioning.