My week, from finding a way through the fog to getting the quarterly audience figures.
In 2012, Ed Miliband said it wasn’t “for politicians to lecture people about morality”; he was right. Notwithstanding some politicians’ moral convictions, society cannot agree a moral standard for tax.
Harry Lambert of the New Statesman's May2015.com tells you the ten seats to watch on polling night.
If you want to stand on the stage on election night wearing a rosette, you'll have to buy it yourself.
If they use their voices on 7 May, these voters, once considered “lost”, could decide the outcome of this bitterly fought election.
Oil, Scottish Nationalists, and a split house - it all sounds a bit familiar.
A minority coalition? Labour and the Tories together? Confidence-and-supply?
I have been very fortunate in my life to have had essential help when I have needed it and the opportunity to make a difference to the lives of others. This election is the moment when disabled people can exercise their power and make their voice heard. And today, with the launch of its disability manifesto, Labour is hoping to win their support.
The number using food banks continues to rise. What's being done about the problem of public hunger, and what must we do next?
Ed Miliband's transformation from punchline into rockstar Prime Minister is almost complete.
This latest horror is neither isolated nor unexpected. We can't sit by and leave people to drown.
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?