By Rafael Behr - 18 December

There is no stylish way to fetch awkward policy decisions from the long grass after they’ve been punted there.

By Rafael Behr - 18 December

There is no stylish way to fetch awkward policy decisions from the long grass after they’ve been punted there.

Ed Miliband addresses workers at Islington Town Hall on November 5, 2012.
By New Statesman - 18 December

Economics are the method; the object is to change the soul.
Margaret Thatcher

Ed Miliband addresses workers at Islington Town Hall on November 5, 2012.
By New Statesman - 18 December

Economics are the method; the object is to change the soul.
Margaret Thatcher

By Dan Hodges - 12 December

Let’s not throw Ed Balls out with the bathwater. Yes, Labour’s shadow chancellor had a bad week.

By Dan Hodges - 12 December

Let’s not throw Ed Balls out with the bathwater. Yes, Labour’s shadow chancellor had a bad week.

By New Statesman - 12 December

Soon after Lord Justice Leveson published the results of his inquiry into press ethics and culture, public debate on the subject came to be dominated by the threat that any implementation of his

By New Statesman - 12 December

Soon after Lord Justice Leveson published the results of his inquiry into press ethics and culture, public debate on the subject came to be dominated by the threat that any implementation of his

By New Statesman - 05 December

It is easy to forget how confident George Osborne was that his great experiment with austerity would work.

By New Statesman - 05 December

It is easy to forget how confident George Osborne was that his great experiment with austerity would work.

By Rafael Behr - 05 December

One of David Cameron’s great concerns ahead of the Autumn Statement on 5 December was the need to avoid “split-screen moments”.

By Rafael Behr - 05 December

One of David Cameron’s great concerns ahead of the Autumn Statement on 5 December was the need to avoid “split-screen moments”.

William Beveridge
By New Statesman - 28 November

Few reputations in British political history are as apparently unsullied as that of William Beveridge, whose report Social Insurance and Allied Services was published 70 years ago this

William Beveridge
By New Statesman - 28 November

Few reputations in British political history are as apparently unsullied as that of William Beveridge, whose report Social Insurance and Allied Services was published 70 years ago this

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