This week in the media, from laughing as the world order crumbles to what Tristram Hunt got wrong – and Leicester’s big fall.
Lucy Gavaghan, the 14-year-old girl who fought Tesco and won, is turning her campaign to the government in her one-woman mission to end caged egg production.
The review will cost Labour around 30 seats. But some Corbynites hope to use it to achieve deselections.
The two different versions of Postman Pat reveal how the way we communicate has changed.
"Plenty of genuine sexism and misogyny in politics," tweeted the Scottish Politician, after the shadow foreign secretary claimed Sky's Dermot Murnaghan was "patronising".
I'm still unsure what the word “Brexit” actually means: withdrawal from Europe – or maybe a brand of lard?
The sinister story of legislation in Britain following the New York terrorist attacks.
The Prime Minister has promised radical reform on multiple fronts: private schools, faith schools and universities.
But Enough Said: What’s Gone Wrong With the Language of Politics? omits one key thing – a suggestion for what we should do.
The week in media, form the trials of Keith Vaz, Ed Balls on Strictly, and why Clegg is right about Johnson and Gove.
With its world-changing inventiveness, technology has become the force religion once was.
From Trump to Brexit, the world is changing fast - and we need intelligent, incisive journalism more than ever.
Subscribe to the New Statesman today and receive free gifts worth up to £62.