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Jonn Elledge is a freelance journalist, formerly assistant editor of the New Statesman and editor of its sister site, CityMetric. You can find him on Twitter or Facebook.
England’s footballers are a genuinely progressive force and the game provides the communal experiences we crave.
It seems that Rishi Sunak’s instinct is always to cut, cut, cut – even when it’s children who will suffer.
The grim reality is that there are fewer good jobs for young people to move into than in the postwar decades.
After a decade of stagnant living standards, a new era of spiralling wage claims might look rather attractive.
The writer of Friday Night Dinner reflects on the tenth anniversary of Channel 4’s longest-running sitcom.
It won’t magically fix all the problems with the rail network, but it might work better than the current, fragmented mess.
As young people leave their hometowns, the Tories pile up majorities among the older voters who remain.
The capital’s mayoral race has been dominated by the uninspiring and the outright absurd.
In Westminster, as in Line of Duty, we are past the point of a few bad apples and though the faces may change, the system will remain.
As a customer, I won’t forgive Dyson for offshoring his company to Singapore – and I’m far from alone.