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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.
The Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities echoes proposals in 14 previous race and inequality reviews.
People have been underestimated by politicians during this pandemic.
Coronavirus rules have always allowed employers to keep workers in offices – which have had more outbreaks than any other workplace.
Ministers are conveniently ignoring 375 government recommendations from previous reports into racial inequality.
A crisis of delayed surgery and diagnoses is rumbling beneath waiting time figures, with 4.5 million patients now thought to be awaiting hospital treatment.
The government itself is the biggest barrier to safe and legal routes for refugees.
How the pandemic is transforming our relationship with work, leisure and care.
Thousands of students missed out on language qualifications in 2020, exposing Britain’s neglect of community education.
All 70,000 UK Uber drivers will receive the minimum wage, holiday pay and pensions. But questions remain for them and millions of other precarious workers.
After Metropolitan Police officers’ heavy-handed policing of the Clapham Common vigil for Sarah Everard, a “toxic” workplace culture is under scrutiny.