France, Germany and the Netherlands suggest there is nothing inevitable about the right's advance.
This week, I reflect on a shared history, a cross-Channel rivalry and what it means to visit Victor Hugo.
The Brexit vote represents an existential challenge to the identity and existence of the party.
The high court's decision has offered Remainers a glimmer of hope, but safeguards were built into the original legislation to protect against Brexit.
Animal-loving MPs are being discouraged from bringing their pet pooches to work.
Today's announcement of extra officers is welcome, but overall there will still be fewer staff than there were in 2010.
Momentum was the engine of Jeremy Corbyn’s victory. Now a civil war is tearing it apart.
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.
The New Statesman goes behind the froth of daily headlines to look at the people and the passions shaping our world.
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