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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.
I often experience autonomous sensory meridian response, or ASMR. It starts with a tingling around the head coupled with a sensation of utter calm.
New EU trade rules, coupled with Covid-19 trends, are changing British food habits and appetites.
Has the government successfully devolved blame for cuts to local leaders?
Some schools in England have closed entirely this month as rising numbers of children are sent home and fewer take regular tests.
The former Metropolitan Police commissioner on why he fears for the right to protest, “profoundly unhelpful” government decisions and Cressida Dick’s leadership.
Matt Hancock may have stood down, but others who acted unlawfully or may have breached the ministerial code are still in post.
As George Galloway targets Muslim voters and the anti-woke brigade come to town, the Conservatives are hoping for a historic postwar win in the West Yorkshire marginal constituency.
From Covid-19 contracts to vulnerable children, three cabinet ministers so far have been ruled by the High Court as breaking the law during the pandemic response.
On the fourth anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire, over a million people across the country are still trapped in dangerous tower blocks.
The WHO has started naming variants of Covid-19 after the Greek alphabet. But will this prove a help or a hindrance?