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Stephen Bush is political editor of the New Statesman. His daily briefing, Morning Call, provides a quick and essential guide to domestic and global politics.
Vladimir Putin has succeeded in creating division and sowing uncertainty about the British state’s legitimacy
The capital has seen off civil war, fire, the Blitz, murderous air and Margaret Thatcher. It will survive the loss of a few office workers – won’t it?
The delivery firm’s creation of 10,000 jobs is a story both about the benefits of the post-coronavirus economy and its pitfallls.
No prime minister has responded adequately to hostile acts by Vladimir Putin’s government since 2014.
Positive news on the health front may mean the Chancellor opts to revisit his planned withdrawal of economic support.
Crimes against humanity are a far greater and more urgent crisis than whether Huawei and TikTok are cybersecurity threats.
The Prime Minister's new commission has no clear reason to exist.
We can't predict how Covid-19 will change society, and there's a point at which the government shouldn't try.
When a market is producing outcomes you don't like, you can change the incentives or scrap the market. Johnson proposes to do neither.
The government is dodging its responsibility in denying the citizenship of a person born, educated and radicalised in this country.