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Anoosh Chakelian is the New Statesman’s Britain editor.
Millions of people are entering the benefits system for first time.
After 25 years of Question Time and anchoring ten general elections, the broadcaster discusses the government’s “dereliction of duty”, lockdown podcasting, and life after the BBC.
Departmental spending will be billions less than previously planned.
Although data does not yet show Covid-19 triggering more suicides in the UK, action is needed to tackle a longer-term crisis in mental health and rise in suicide rates.
“The brand is the most important thing – a lot of us just feel like a number now.”
From babies to teenagers, the Covid-19 pandemic is doing profound – and often invisible – harm to Britain’s young people.
Lauren Manning on the fear, danger and freedom of leaving the white supremacist movement.
The department store is not applying for the Job Retention Scheme designed to protect workers amid the pandemic.
Conflict over the government’s latest car reduction measures is dividing communities across England.
Were the people most at risk from coronavirus the last to be told how to stay safe?