By Staff blogger - 30 April

What is left of New Labour, beyond a buzz-phrase that recalls a more confident and careless era: Cool Britannia, Noel Gallagher at No 10 and Tony Blair emoting over the death of Diana Windsor?

By Kevin Maguire - 30 April

Spied queuing in the Portobello Road outside Notting Hell’s Electric Cinema to see Armando Iannucci’s spinflick In the Loop was Peter Mandelson.

By Staff blogger - 30 April

What is left of New Labour, beyond a buzz-phrase that recalls a more confident and careless era: Cool Britannia, Noel Gallagher at No 10 and Tony Blair emoting over the death of Diana Windsor?

By John Pilger - 30 April

The BBC’s American soap Mad Men offers a rare glimpse of the power of corporate advertising.

By Kevin Maguire - 30 April

Spied queuing in the Portobello Road outside Notting Hell’s Electric Cinema to see Armando Iannucci’s spinflick In the Loop was Peter Mandelson.

By John Pilger - 30 April

The BBC’s American soap Mad Men offers a rare glimpse of the power of corporate advertising.

By James Macintyre - 30 April

Over the past week the conventional view at Westminster has hardened: Labour will lose, and deserves to lose, the next general election.

By Barbara Stocking - 24 April

The hero of Slumdog Millionaire, Jamal Malik, faces many hazards before he can win the game-show and get the girl: growing up in a Mumbai slum, orphaned in religious violence, living on a rubbish

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