By Clifford Sharp - 10 October 11:13
Reflections on the General Strike of 1926.
By Paul Johnson - 26 September 13:01
The historian and journalist Paul Johnson made his name writing for and then editing (1965-70) the New Statesman, but gave up on socialism in the 1970s and became a Thatcherite.
By Matthew Taunton - 18 July 12:45
In 1934 H G Wells interviewed Joseph Stalin in Moscow. The fallout from the meeting led to a battle between three intellectual powerhouses - Shaw, Keynes and Wells - each of whom argued for their own vision of socialism in the UK.
By New Statesman - 12 April 8:50
The first New Statesman leader, published on 12 April 1913.
By Christopher Hitchens - 24 January 11:36
Christopher Hitchens reviews Bernard Crick's "George Orwell: A Life".