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Anoosh Chakelian is the New Statesman’s Britain editor.
The idea that Britain's smaller communities are all disadvantaged in the same way is politically convenient – but it doesn't work.
A “gap in the system” leaves those who cannot work from home with no income for two weeks when quarantining after travel.
Claimants in Halifax, including a man who has been shielding, have been asked for a fortnight of free labour as unpaid “work trials” persist.
The discount scheme is a “double-edged sword” for some restaurants across the country.
Much good work is done in the Lords, but the upper chamber remains a symbol of our crumbling political system.
The Italian astronaut on life in space, the importance of global cooperation, and why we must prepare for life on Mars.
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.