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Anoosh Chakelian is the New Statesman’s Britain editor.
Exclusive polling shows lockdown measures remain popular in Britain – but self-isolation is, for too many, simply unaffordable.
Polling for the New Statesman suggests a majority of people would prefer more emphasis on solutions from the Labour Party.
As Boris Johnson faces a second wave, and the testing regime flounders, the next challenge will be mass rehabilitation of Covid-19 survivors still suffering symptoms.
An illustrator and lifelong trespasser fights back against the English landowning elite, one walk at a time.
Lockdown transformed our shopping habits, revitalising cornershops and suburban thoroughfares. But will this change last?
Uncertainties around funding, workforce protection and patient safety suggest why the Winter Plan might have been delayed.
The former prime minister's cuts were almost perfectly tailored to weaken the state before the pandemic.
The Archbishop of Canterbury condemns an “addiction to centralisation”.
Record foodbank use could coincide with mass redundancies and a second wave of the virus this winter.
The shambles highlights persistent problems: a reliance on spin and short-term headlines, and a lack of respect for public bodies.