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George Eaton is senior online editor of the New Statesman.
As the world contends with multiple threats, only the much-maligned state can guarantee prosperity and security.
After years of accusing Labour of economic irresponsibility, the Tories have embraced higher spending.
The slowest economic recovery in history and the threat of a no-deal Brexit mean Britain is in a dangerously fragile position.
Why the Democratic presidential frontrunner may be best described as a “class-struggle social democrat”.
New data shows that the top 10 per cent earn an average of £97,600, almost £10,000 more than previously estimated.
The French economist and author of Capital and Ideology on Brexit, Labour’s defeat and the next crisis.
Is EU withdrawal a dangerous threat to the City of London’s pre-eminence or a chance to pursue a new economic model?
Both former human rights lawyers, both hailing from Labour's soft left, Starmer and Khan have known each other for more than 20 years.
For the UK, the 1920s were a decade of profound economic pain and political conflict. The current decade may be little better.
The seventeenth letter in the New Statesman’s A-Z of the decade.