The party’s prospects are in question if it fails to win over the “Brexit capital” in Thursday's by-election.
Where Red Wedge sailed on optimism, pop and politics today make odd partners.
Instead of obsessing about progressive politics, the party needs first to understand the chronic failure of its own brand.
“Surely, he is not,” you are saying, “going to get a whole column out of a thermostat?”
The week in the media, including the very British farce of Section 40, the mystery of the refugee “children” and a night out in the old East End.
Get ready for the new culture war: the question of how old children should be before they're allowed to change gender.
When you look back over Johnson’s journalistic career, it soon becomes apparent that he was in the right place at the right time too often for it all to have been a coincidence.
Labour held three separate inquiries into anti-Semitism within its ranks during the first part of 2016. A new book by Dave Rich investigates how we got to this point.
Clive Lewis, Lisa Nandy and Jonathan Reynolds show how factionalism is being transcended.
The Prime Minister's promise of "an end to free movement" is incompatible with single market membership.
The Chancellor must choose between softening or abandoning George Osborne's approach in his Autumn Statement.
Across the political spectrum, the New Statesman introduces you to the personalities who shape our world. Where else would you find Jeremy Corbyn, Tony Blair and Theresa May in the same place?