The changing face of the New Statesman.
Will there still be a New Statesman in 2113?
By Helen Lewis - 17 May 9:24

The signs are good - the printing press has been good enough for every generation since Gutenberg, after all.

Lift up your voices: The century-long battle for women's freedom
By Natasha Walter - 15 May 16:27

The <em>NS</em> of 1913 may have been in the vanguard for women’s rights yet its tone was hectoring, even patronising. But today’s popular feminists should not forget that the pioneers’ concerns still have weight.

Laurie Penny on the death of More magazine: a price worth paying for a better media
By Laurie Penny - 01 May 14:28

Do we need to mourn every lost job without further comment, even in an industry that’s becoming toxic?

The London Underground.
“The twots”: Letter from a would-be New Statesman Editor
By Anthony Barnett - 16 April 13:40

When Anthony Barnett was turned down for the editorship of the New Statesman in 1986, he wrote to his supporters - who included John Berger, Angela Carter, Salman Rushdie and Francis Wheen - to explain why.

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Editor’s Note: A long and not always smooth history
By Jason Cowley - 12 April 9:16

Jason Cowley recalls his first lunch with Peter Wilby, a warning from Tony Howard and champagne with Norman Mackenzie . . . who describes how dreadful Dick Crossman was, and how great Kingsley Martin.

Leader: Bending the arc of history towards justice and freedom
By New Statesman - 12 April 8:57

The leader from the centenary issue of the magazine.

Leader: the world movement towards collectivism
By New Statesman - 12 April 8:50

The first New Statesman leader, published on 12 April 1913.

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Announcing the New Statesman Centenary Issue
By Charlotte Simmonds - 05 April 12:04

We celebrate 100 years with the largest single issue of the magazine in its history.

Feminists: beware ‘the decoy effect’
By Dalia Ben-Galim - 31 March 11:55

The success of a few outlying women does not mean that the struggle is over.

Ai Weiwei guestedited the New Statesman on 22 October 2012.
New Statesman Ai Weiwei guest edit shortlisted at the British Media Awards
By Caroline Crampton - 26 February 14:33

Nominated for Cross-Media Project Of The Year.

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More recognition for the New Statesman
By New Statesman - 19 January 10:53

Editor Jason Cowley shortlisted for the European Press Prize editing award.

Ralph Steadman's cover for the 5 January 1990 issue of the New Statesman.
The NS centenary, Miliband’s one-nation groove and Mulho’s apology
By Jason Cowley - 18 January 7:39

The New Statesman will be 100 years old on 12 April this year.

Sixty years of Attenborough through the eyes of the New Statesman
By Philip Maughan - 19 December 9:18

For more than half a century, the magazine has followed the broadcaster's work.

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Filing from the warzone - the dangers of conflict reporting
By Kamila Kocialkowska - 03 December 16:51

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?

American GQ's Men of the Year covers – spot the odd one out. Again.
By Alex Hern - 20 November 16:00

One of these things is not like the others.

A competitor in the World Beard and Moustache Championships
Moustache-growing is a lonely business, fraught with peril
By Nicholas Lezard - 15 November 9:34

Nicholas Lezard's "Down and Out in London" piece.

Ben Jennings's final artwork for the New Statesman cover.
Undercover: behind the scenes of our Labour Special Issue
By Helen Lewis - 28 September 16:52

How Ben Jennings's cartoon of Ed Miliband and Ed Balls made the front page of the New Statesman.

O Mother, where art thou?
By Helen Lewis - 27 September 6:12

American bimonthly title Mother Jones shows that public-service journalism isn't dying.

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GQ's men of the year covers - spot the odd one out
By Alex Hern - 05 September 12:15

"One of these things is not like the others."

Leader: Mighter than the sword
By New Statesman - 22 August 15:50

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.

Ian McShane naked with a dachshund.
23 Ways to Please Your Man, the Cosmo Way
By Rhiannon and Holly - 20 August 10:45

Rhiannon and Holly find out how to stay thin, find a man and cure erectile dysfunction with grilled sandwiches.

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Time Out to go free in London from Autumn
By Press Gazette - 03 August 17:35

Weekly listings magazine hopes circulation will soar from 50,000 to 300,000.

Jonah Lehrer's true lies
By Yo Zushi - 01 August 10:29

So he made up some Bob Dylan quotes. Does the science writer deserve another chance?

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This week's NS: The London issue
By Alice Gribbin - 26 July 16:00

Summer double edition: essays, fiction, art and photography inspired by the capital.

Appreciation: Alexander Cockburn
By George Eaton - 25 July 12:56

Remembering the writer and polemicist, who died last week at the age of 71.

Plan B wears a Skrewdriver T-shirt on the cover of Shortlist.
Why is Plan B wearing a neo-nazi band's T-shirt?
By Helen Lewis - 22 July 11:26

The rapper is pictured in a Skrewdriver shirt in Shortlist magazine.

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Editing the "Staggers": "That we are still here after 99 years speaks for itself"
By Dominic Ponsford - 19 July 11:32

Interview with New Statesman editor Jason Cowley.