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Editor Jason Cowley shortlisted for the European Press Prize editing award.
The New Statesman will be 100 years old on 12 April this year.
For more than half a century, the magazine has followed the broadcaster's work.
Conflict reporting has always been the most dangerous branch of journalism - but in the changing political landscape of recent years, has it become even more so?
One of these things is not like the others.
Nicholas Lezard's "Down and Out in London" piece.
How Ben Jennings's cartoon of Ed Miliband and Ed Balls made the front page of the New Statesman.
American bimonthly title Mother Jones shows that public-service journalism isn't dying.
Quote of the day.
"One of these things is not like the others."
Satirical irreverence, like queuing, has long been a national habit. From Jonathan Swift to The Thick of It and James Gillray to Gerald Scarfe, the British relish nothing better than the delicate dismembering of the powers that be.
Rhiannon and Holly find out how to stay thin, find a man and cure erectile dysfunction with grilled sandwiches.
Because that would be totally beneath us.
Weekly listings magazine hopes circulation will soar from 50,000 to 300,000.
So he made up some Bob Dylan quotes. Does the science writer deserve another chance?
Summer double edition: essays, fiction, art and photography inspired by the capital.
Remembering the writer and polemicist, who died last week at the age of 71.
The rapper is pictured in a Skrewdriver shirt in Shortlist magazine.
Interview with New Statesman editor Jason Cowley.
In this week's magazine: Age of crisis
According to Grazia, being like one of the Kates is the only way for a married woman to behave.
"The Word - a magazine, a website, a podcast, a way of life."
Clegg the martyr: will the Lib Dems sacrifice their leader?
Blair: "poignancy in the timing"
Plus a special report: can we afford foreign aid?
You can now read the NS on your iPad, iPhone or Android by subscribing on the free social reading app
Special report: the devastating effect of drones.
Fashion has often looked to violence and brutality as a way of shocking and titillating.