New Statesman
By Rafael Behr - 28 February

In local government they call it “the graph of doom”.

By New Statesman - 28 February

In the demonology of the left, Michael Ashcroft ranks somewhere between Margaret Thatcher and Rupert Murdoch.

By New Statesman - 28 February

In the demonology of the left, Michael Ashcroft ranks somewhere between Margaret Thatcher and Rupert Murdoch.

Shadow chancellor Ed Balls.
By Anthony Seldon - 20 February

The co-author of “Brown at 10” writes an open letter to the shadow chancellor:

Dear Ed,

Shadow chancellor Ed Balls.
By Anthony Seldon - 20 February

The co-author of “Brown at 10” writes an open letter to the shadow chancellor:

Dear Ed,

Smoke covers the presidential palace compound in Baghdad.
By New Statesman - 15 February

It was the belief of those leaders who participated in the Iraq war that the intervention would serve as a model of noble and far-sighted foreign policy.

Smoke covers the presidential palace compound in Baghdad.
By New Statesman - 15 February

It was the belief of those leaders who participated in the Iraq war that the intervention would serve as a model of noble and far-sighted foreign policy.

By Kevin Maguire - 14 February

The deputy speaker of the House of Commons, Lindsay Hoyle, is a mild-mannered chap until riled.

By Kevin Maguire - 14 February

The deputy speaker of the House of Commons, Lindsay Hoyle, is a mild-mannered chap until riled.

Will Self identifies quite strongly with Peep Show's Super Hans.
By Will Self - 14 February

Dinner with the quality: serpentine water carafes coil up from the polished tabletop, pheasant is bitten.

By Laurie Penny - 14 February

Ten years ago this month, millions of people all over the world marched against the war in Iraq – and were ignored. I was one of them.

By Laurie Penny - 14 February

Ten years ago this month, millions of people all over the world marched against the war in Iraq – and were ignored. I was one of them.

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