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By-election special: Is Boris Johnson doomed by the double defeat?

In a major blow to Boris Johnson, the Conservatives have lost the seats of Tiverton and Honiton...

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Will the Tories lose the true-blue constituency of Tiverton and Honiton?

  With just a few days until the Tiverton and Honiton by-election on 23 June, Anoosh...

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Will Red Wall voters ditch Boris Johnson at the Wakefield by-election?

The by-election in Wakefield on June 23 will be a crucial test of whether Labour can win the Red...

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Will the Green surge lead to a Labour government?

The New Statesman podcast takes a special look at the Green Party, following their...

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Is Boris Johnson a zombie prime minister?

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is attempting yet another relaunch of his government just days after...

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Is Boris Johnson a dead man walking? With Andrew Marr

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has won a vote of confidence from Conservative MPs. But 148 members...

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Boris Johnson faces a vote of no confidence. What happens next?

On the day that Boris Johnson faces a vote of no confidence in his leadership, Rachel Cunliffe...

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Could Boris Johnson survive a vote of confidence?

The campaign to remove Boris Johnson as Prime Minister is building. The steady trickle of letters...

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Does Keir Starmer have enough policies? With the former Labour adviser Marc Stears

Fresh from Sydney, Professor Marc Stears, a former Labour speechwriter and author of its 2015...

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The Sue Gray report: how bad is it really for Boris Johnson?

Sue Gray’s long-awaited report has been published at last. It contains lurid details of...

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Why the Tories risk losing suburban voters, with Jeremy Hunt

Jeremy Hunt tells Anoosh Chakelian how he regrets the "silent killer" of social-care cuts made...

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Will the Tory government be brought down by inflation?

UK inflation has reached its highest rate in 40 years, jumping from 7 per cent in...

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Why is Boris Johnson waging a culture war? With Rory Stewart and Kim Leadbeater

While polling revealed exclusively by the New Statesman suggests that voters...

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If Keir Starmer resigns, who replaces him? With Andrew Marr

Having cast himself as “Mr Rules” in opposition to Boris Johnson, Keir...

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Is politics just a game to today's leaders? | Westminster Reimagined

The renowned satirist and broadcaster Armando Iannucci returns to the New Statesman...

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Will the Red Wall or Beergate seal Keir Starmer’s fate?

Voters in many areas deserted the Conservatives in last week's local elections, yet...

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Local elections: What would be a good night for Labour or the Tories?

As voting in the local elections begins, Anoosh Chakelian is joined by the New...

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Is politics still tribal? | Westminster Reimagined

The renowned satirist and broadcaster Armando Iannucci returns to the New Statesman...

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Do we get the leaders we deserve? | Live at the Cambridge Literary Festival

Anoosh Chakelian chairs a special episode of the New Statesman Podcast, recorded live at the...

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Why Westminster sexism is so hard to stamp out

The misogyny that many women working in parliament experience has reared its ugly head once more....

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