In this article, first published in the New Statesman in 1936, Irish essayist Robert Lynd responds to an attack on the colour pink by G K Chesterton, saying “as a lover of pink I cannot let this pass without a protest”.
A 1955 archive profile of the founder and first prime minister of Israel, shortly after his return to power.
In a piece originally published in the New Statesman on 31 March 1961, Tony Benn explains the decision to renounce his peerage.
After worldwide May Day riots, Naomi Klein argues in favor of the anti-corporate movement's "decentralised" nature.
Diana Quick, Margi Clarke, Vanessa Redgrave and others.