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Schooling in a time of Covid

Dave Lister on a litany of broken promises, planning failures and continuing safety anxieties

Why I opposed the Covert Human Intelligence Services Bill

Apsana Begum on dangerous government incursions on human rights

As Brexit promises fade, no good options on the trade deal table

Nick Dearden on Johnson’s embrace of the ‘shock doctrine’

Government in fantasy land on climate crisis

Boris Johnson plans to slash energy efficiency spending to pay for small nuclear power and hydrogen, writes Dave Toke

Debt myths

Dennis Leech says Labour has to ditch the pursuit of balanced budgets or become irrelevant

Save Nature, Save Humanity!

Tim Root sees Joe Biden’s election as a chance to boost international efforts to tackle deforestation

Greek Golden Dawn fascists jailed

Josephine Grahl on an historic victory against Greek neo-Nazis

Focus on actions not personalities

Misplaced responses from old and new leaders hamper Party efforts to tackle antisemitism, says Mike Davis

For a caring economy

Hana Abid reports on an innovative prospectus for a gender-equal economy rejecting a focus on growth

Facing oblivion

Simon Tait reports on the dire prospects for the arts in a time of Covid

Trump defeated – but Trumpism rages on

While Trump plots, Democrat Joe Biden looks set to take over in the White House. How did the Democrats win the poll and how influential will the socialist left be? Paul Garver on the takeaways from the US elections