Anoosh Chakelian is senior writer at the New Statesman.
Well, sort of.
Philip Alston, the United Nations special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, was scathing about the government’s cuts and welfare changes.
Where are the unruly critters this year?
The former Work and Pensions Secretary’s deeply disingenuous resignation letter ignores reality, in three boastful sentences.
“I resign over not doing my job.”
Not everyone in the California wildfires can afford such protection.
Professors clash over plans for a new publication, the Journal of Controversial Ideas, which will allow authors to write under cover.
You can romanticise war, but you can’t warn against climate change.
“London BLOODBATH”, “Wild West Britain” and “No-go zones”: from the mainstream press to election leaflets to far-right memes, knife crime has been weaponised.
A row over what constitutes a “middle income”, and who it encapsulates, has begun following the Budget.