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Anoosh Chakelian is the New Statesman’s Britain editor.
The New Yorker writer encountered spies, betrayal and prejudice while reporting the exposé that fuelled the #MeToo movement.
Too often, “austerity” is treated as a Westminster buzzword instead of an era.
The former Tory leader and ardent Brexiteer has held the seat for 27 years – but younger, more ethnically diverse voters could be about to change that.
As severe floods from a month’s worth of rain in one day claim a life, there is only one way to find a flood strategy that works.
Between the “youthquake” and “Workington Man”, there’s a whole swathe of unpredictable and newly engaged voters that we are missing.
Climate activists successfully challenged the Met ban on their protests in London.
Why Paul Stephens, a former detective sergeant who left the Metropolitan Police last year, joined Extinction Rebellion as its police liaison.
It’s been a very bad week for the Tory campaign.
An Advertising Standards Authority investigation shows the government misled the public over a nine-week advertising campaign about its welfare system.
Comprehensive new research proves welfare reform drives rising foodbank use – and there’s another hidden social trend, too.