By New Statesman - 31 January

On 28 January, French and Malian troops liberated Timbuktu, bringing to an end a nine-month occupation of the Malian city by the Tuareg secessionist National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad

By Rafael Behr - 31 January

There is a reliable way to tell if David Cameron is rattled.

By Rafael Behr - 31 January

There is a reliable way to tell if David Cameron is rattled.

By new-statesman - 31 January

Perhaps no global leader inspires greater adulation and loathing than Hugo Chávez.

By new-statesman - 31 January

Perhaps no global leader inspires greater adulation and loathing than Hugo Chávez.

By new-statesman - 31 January

In November last year, President Obama said, after a screening of Steven Spielberg’s biopic of Abraham Lincoln: “Part of what Lincoln teaches us is that to pursue the highest ideals and a deeply

By new-statesman - 31 January

In November last year, President Obama said, after a screening of Steven Spielberg’s biopic of Abraham Lincoln: “Part of what Lincoln teaches us is that to pursue the highest ideals and a deeply

By Kevin Maguire - 31 January

Declarations of loyalty to David Cameron from Adam Afriyie were undermined by an admission he had discussed the “long-term future of the party” with other Tories.

By Kevin Maguire - 31 January

Declarations of loyalty to David Cameron from Adam Afriyie were undermined by an admission he had discussed the “long-term future of the party” with other Tories.

Mandy Rice-Davies
By Peter Wilby - 31 January

Stock markets around the world are soaring. As I write, the FTSE-100 index of leading companies’ shares is at its highest level since mid-2008.

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.
By New Statesman - 31 January

Shortly before the last general election, David Cameron visited his fellow centre-right leader Angela Merkel and, in anticipation of a hung parliament, asked her what it was like to lead a

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg.
By New Statesman - 31 January

Shortly before the last general election, David Cameron visited his fellow centre-right leader Angela Merkel and, in anticipation of a hung parliament, asked her what it was like to lead a

By new-statesman - 31 January

Shortly after his election as Conservative leader, David Cameron is said to have described himself as “the heir to Blair”.

By new-statesman - 31 January

Shortly after his election as Conservative leader, David Cameron is said to have described himself as “the heir to Blair”.

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