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Anoosh Chakelian is the New Statesman’s Britain editor.
Academics are researching what characteristics the public defines as “rich”, and whether there is a point when these riches are deemed unacceptable.
The near-capsizing of a volunteer-run RNLI lifeboat, which was attempting to rescue a surfer, is a reminder of the UK’s increasing dependence on charities for essential services.
As the government grapples with the London Bridge and Streatham terror attacks, a major problem in the prison system has been overlooked.
As poverty levels rise among children, pensioners, and people in work, charities are trying to reframe how we see poverty portrayed in the media.
Sign maker Matthew Bracey on Europe’s largest neon lighting company, and his family’s journey from Soho strip clubs to Instagram stardom.
The higher education and research sector is concerned about becoming a bargaining chip for Boris Johnson.
As politicians preached unity, the riven identities created by their rhetoric were on show in London and beyond.
The automotive sector is concerned about complete collapse.
The satirist behind The Thick of It on Britain's reputation, immigration, and why he is no longer laughing at our "troubling" politics.
The Migration Advisory Committee has warned salary and skills thresholds for EU migrants will be more harmful to the economy than free movement.