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George Eaton is senior online editor of the New Statesman.
The Chancellor has adopted Labour policies including a rise in corporation tax, a Treasury HQ in the north and an infrastructure bank.
The former Bernie Sanders adviser on why the pandemic has shown the US and UK governments can never run out of money.
Graduates earning more than £26,575 pay a marginal tax rate of 41 per cent, compared to 32 per cent for non-graduates.
The former Labour Party speechwriter reflects on why “everyday life” needs to define politics.
The Chancellor recklessly encouraged workers back to offices, diners to eat out and told the public to “live without fear”.
To avoid restrictions next winter, the UK must seek to eliminate the virus, not merely suppress it, argues the Edinburgh professor of global public health.
Had the PM refused to give the public false hope, the chaos he has inflicted could have been avoided.
Why was the UK hit harder than any other G7 economy? And what does the pandemic mean for its future model?
The Edinburgh professor on why the government’s strategy failed and what it must learn from other countries to avoid future catastrophes.
The Edinburgh professor on how Britain has failed against Covid-19 and why the best way to save the economy is to protect public health.