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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.
Much of Covid-19’s emergency provision should have been there in the first place.
Between the lines, the Chancellor’s plans look a lot like levelling down.
Exclusive polling for the New Statesman finds the majority of Labour voters support a rise in corporation tax.
In a week that shook the UK’s gig economy, the New Statesman reveals nearly a quarter of Uber drivers are claiming compensation after winning a legal battle for workers’ rights in the Supreme Court.
After 36 years of working in the NHS, the surgeon warns that his colleagues on Covid-19 wards need more support.
There is no national monument to victims of the Spanish flu, and few memorials for those who died of Aids.
Yet tax crimes cost the economy nine times more.
How a reckoning for the “chumocracy” is playing out in a court battle over a six-figure deal for associates of the Prime Minister’s former aide.
Victims, families, witnesses and defendants are trapped in limbo as courts restricted by the pandemic struggle to keep up with cases.
As pet prices surge in a nation desperate for companionship, dognappers are physically assaulting owners and posing as RSPCA officers.