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Anoosh Chakelian is the New Statesman’s Britain editor.
How Covid-19 is hastening the death of the British curry.
Last year, only 3 per cent of rape complaints ended with the suspect charged.
From my Armenian ancestors to the Uighurs in modern China, how do you categorise horror so that the world responds?
From childbirth to retirement, statistics show the lifelong impact of systemic bias in modern Britain.
Tory marginals trump worse-off towns in ministers’ chosen areas for investment.
Stats and stories of innocent citizens stopped 30 times by police and key workers handcuffed during lockdown reveal a never-ending cycle of discrimination.
The historically unjust practice of landlords and letting agencies refusing claimants could now be over.
Intimacy coordinator Ita O’Brien choreographs some of television’s most impactful moments with her straightforward, yet pioneering, approach.
Our politicians have not yet woken up to the mass job losses and decline of town centres that the pandemic has accelerated.
Boris Johnson is casting blame on a sector that suffers from a lack of funding and understanding, and is desperately in need of a new funding model.