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George Eaton is senior online editor of the New Statesman.
The transformation of the four-minute indie hit into a nine-minute soundscape reflects how the pandemic has fractured our sense of time.
Socialist Campaign Group MPs are doubtful that a candidate could secure the 40 MP nominations required to stand against an incumbent leader.
The former Greek finance minister on why Remain lost, why Labour is struggling and whether the EU would accept Scotland as a member state.
As free-market globalisation recedes, countries from the US to the UK to China are embracing national capitalism.
A government opposed to the free movement of people has continually failed to stop the free movement of the virus.
The moral philosopher on how pandemics and the climate crisis have newly exposed the dangers of meat-eating.
The Conservatives have created an economy for homeowners but in London and elsewhere they are finding it hard to sell capitalism to those with no capital.
The Planet on Fire author on where Keir Starmer is failing, Joe Biden’s radicalism and the lessons of Covid-19.
The mayor on how the capital can recover, the threat of a third wave and whether he wants to be Labour leader.
The depiction of the capital as a gilded metropolis conceals the highest rate of child poverty of any English region.