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George Eaton is senior online editor of the New Statesman.
The US professor warns that the climate crisis, the threat of nuclear war and rising authoritarianism mean the risk of human extinction has never been greater.
The Guardian columnist on why the Corbyn project failed, journalism as activism, and living in fear.
As the government’s furlough scheme ends, Britain risks mass unemployment on a scale not seen since the 1980s.
For too many people, this will not feel like a new economic crisis, but a new chapter in one that never ended.
Andrew Adonis’s biography on “Labour’s Churchill” rescues Bevin from undeserved obscurity.
Britain has now recorded the largest fall in GDP of any major country as well as the highest excess death rate in Europe.
The musician’s isolated Alexandra Palace show resembled a private rehearsal or a post-apocalyptic performance.
The Harvard psychologist on whether progress is over, the problem with police abolition, and the Harper’s open letter.
Weak rules have allowed China to acquire significant stakes in British nuclear power, oil, steel, water and transport.
Johnson’s "infrastructure revolution" represents just 0.2 per cent of UK GDP; Roosevelt's plan was 200 times more ambitious.