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Anoosh Chakelian is senior writer at the New Statesman.
The real-life effect of the Tory leadership candidate’s column describing women wearing the burqa as “letter boxes” and “bank robbers”.
A journey into the Conservative grassroots, to find out what they really want.
Thousands of people demonstrated against the visiting US President – but he called it “cheering”.
Homelessness is now worse for young people than it was 50 years ago. We ask a 53-year-old about life on London’s streets at 16.
The Health and Social Care Secretary used a word that betrays his total lack of understanding.
Finishing his tenure as Lord Mayor of Sheffield, when he declared Donald Trump a “wasteman”, Magid Magid has been elected a Green MEP for Yorkshire and the Humber.
The government has violated its human rights obligations, concludes the UN’s special rapporteur on extreme poverty in his final report.
A four-page “advertisement feature” in Metro attempts to bust myths – but simply reinforces the welfare system’s problems.
Arsenal losing its Armenian player for the Europa League final in Baku is about much more than conflict in the Caucasus.
Tommy Robinson and Carl Benjamin have repeatedly been drenched with milkshake while out on the European elections campaign trail. Why?