To enjoy all the benefits of our website
George Eaton is senior online editor of the New Statesman.
Johnson’s "infrastructure revolution" represents just 0.2 per cent of UK GDP; Roosevelt's plan was 200 times more ambitious.
Britain can afford to borrow at the lowest-ever rates to support living standards and public services.
Britain has recorded the highest excess death rate of any country and is forecast to suffer the worst economic recession.
The author of Abolish Silicon Valley and former tech entrepreneur on why she turned her back on the industry.
The Dutch historian discusses the political consequences of Covid-19 and his new book Humankind: A Hopeful History.
As the UK heads for recession, the answer is not to end the lockdown but to provide support for jobs and living standards.
The former Greek finance minister on Boris Johnson’s recklessness, Keir Starmer, and why he believes the UK should now pursue a no-deal Brexit.
As unemployment threatens to exceed three million, ministers must remember the high cost of inaction.
There is no need for Britain to impose dramatic spending cuts in response to the debt surge caused by coronavirus.
Rather than a burden, the welfare system is a form of collective insurance against life’s hazards.