By Peter Wilby - 16 May

In the wake of Ukip’s success in the county council elections, I dug out an article I published in early 2005 in my final months as New Statesman editor.

By Edward Davey MP - 15 May

The Conservative Party hasn’t won a general election for over two decades and its latest infighting on Europe suggests that this trick may get repeated.

By Edward Davey MP - 15 May

The Conservative Party hasn’t won a general election for over two decades and its latest infighting on Europe suggests that this trick may get repeated.

By Rafael Behr - 09 May

There is a stark choice facing British politics, expressed in the rivalry between two leaders. They have very different styles and incompatible creeds.

By Rafael Behr - 01 May

Politicians face a simple choice when the public disagrees with them: yield or defy. They can bend policy to suit opinion polls or reinforce the unpopular case in the hope of changing minds.

By Rafael Behr - 01 May

Politicians face a simple choice when the public disagrees with them: yield or defy. They can bend policy to suit opinion polls or reinforce the unpopular case in the hope of changing minds.

By New Statesman - 01 May

As well as enduring the slowest economic recovery in more than 100 years, Britain is suffering from a severe housing crisis.

By New Statesman - 01 May

As well as enduring the slowest economic recovery in more than 100 years, Britain is suffering from a severe housing crisis.

By John Pilger - 25 April

In the wake of Margaret Thatcher’s departure, I remember her victims. Patrick Warby’s daughter Marie was one of them. Marie, aged five, suffered from a bowel deformity and needed a special diet

By John Pilger - 25 April

In the wake of Margaret Thatcher’s departure, I remember her victims. Patrick Warby’s daughter Marie was one of them. Marie, aged five, suffered from a bowel deformity and needed a special diet

By Stephen Brasher - 25 April

James Graham’s play This House (currently at the National Theatre) shows the whittling away of the 1974-79 Labour government’s majority.

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