My week, from finding a way through the fog to getting the quarterly audience figures.
The Björk Digital “exhibition” turns out to be more mundane, but at least she doesn't need a large brandy to appear as a hologram.
The Prime Minister's demand for control of immigration and laws means Britain will leave the single market.
In different ways, Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May are “puritans”. Each has a strict view of what public life should be – and their manners are a rebuke to the low hucksterism that has disfigured our politics.
How different the fate of the Lib Dems could have been if they had begun the coalition with more understanding of government, says the former shadow foreign secretary.
Balls is clear that his defeat in his constituency in 2015 was a prelude to a funeral and life outside politics. I don’t believe a word of it.
Ruth Davidson is a Christian, gay, kick-boxing army reservist who made a passionate case for the EU and has transformed the fortunes of the Tories in Scotland.
Both Conservative and Labour MPs regard a contest next year as the solution to their problems.
Anita Bean is a nutritionist, a sports nutrition practitioner, a health journalist and the author of 27 books on nutrition, health and exercise. Anita received no payment for this article and is an independent freelance Registered Nutritionist with no affiliation to Can the Tax.
She sees the Sugar Tax as a blunt instrument, not suited to the complex societal problem of obesity.
And I'm not just talking about the fact they've both been left with a old, wrinkly narcissist.
A new book reveals the spiteful after life of Downing Street's unlikely spin doctor.
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?