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Sophie McBain is a special correspondent at the New Statesman. She was previously an assistant editor.
The director of the Vaccine Confidence Project on why the number of anti-vaxxers has risen and how to respond.
The former Financial Times editor on Brexit, learning from his father, and the crisis of liberalism.
If you are instinctively shy or self-conscious, a video call is a uniquely awkward way to communicate.
Christie Tate’s Group is the latest in a long line of enjoyable, absorbing therapy memoirs. But is their appeal purely voyeuristic?
Married at First Sight, Love is Blind and Indian Matchmaking react against modern dating by reinventing arranged marriage. But are these shows really about love?
Marin, who was the world’s youngest head of government when she entered office in December 2019 at the age of 34, wants to change expectations of politicians.
The US’s first female vice president-elect defies easy definition because she resists it.
How an ultra-conservative mother of seven rose to become Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee.
The Harvard professor on how most claims about human nature are based on people from “Western, educated, industrialised, rich, democratic societies”.
Who are the self-styled gang of Western chauvinists Trump asked to “stand back and stand by”?