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When Clegg was in favour of the NHS reforms
By George Eaton - 09 May 10:30

The Liberal Democrat leader insisted the plans were in his party’s manifesto.

Morning Call: pick of the papers
By Staff blogger - 09 May 9:00

The ten must-read pieces from this morning’s papers.

Huhne: Cameron’s No will prove a pyrrhic victory
By Jonathan Derbyshire - 08 May 14:16

Energy Secretary warns PM that the genie of electoral reform won’t go back in the bottle.

Osbornomics, part 94
By Jonathan Derbyshire - 08 May 12:45

George, say after me: Britain is not Portugal (or Greece or Ireland).

Honduras is “open for business”
By Tom Kavanagh - 08 May 11:17

The US-backed Honduran government seeks to attract investment.

Morning Call: pick of the papers
By Staff blogger - 08 May 10:41

The ten must-read pieces from this morning’s papers.

Osama Bin Laden’s home videos
By Jonathan Derbyshire - 08 May 10:07

Extraordinary tapes released by the Pentagon.

Cable condemns Tory attacks on Nick Clegg
By Jonathan Derbyshire - 07 May 13:03

First Chris Huhne, now Vince.

Alex Salmond’s dilemma
By Jonathan Derbyshire - 07 May 11:59

Does the election result in Scotland threaten the Union?

The Elvis of golf is dead
By Jonathan Derbyshire - 07 May 10:35

Severiano Ballesteros, 1957-2011.

Morning Call: pick of the papers
By Staff blogger - 07 May 10:02

The ten must-read pieces from this morning’s papers.

Britain votes No to AV
By George Eaton - 06 May 20:57

The public rejects the Alternative Vote by 68 per cent to 32 per cent.

Pick of the Week
By Staff blogger - 06 May 18:51

A selection of posts made on newstatesman.com this week.

AV turnout around 40 per cent
By Duncan Robinson - 06 May 17:15

Less than half of the electorate bothered to vote on AV, with turnout ranging between 35 and 50 per

Web Only: the best of the blogs
By Staff blogger - 06 May 17:00

The five must-read blogs from today, including Scottish independence, Lib Dem dishonesty and the end

The Tories are the big winners from today
By George Eaton - 06 May 14:20

Tory gains and a No vote mean this is one of Cameron’s best days since becoming PM.

Labour miss out on majority in Wales
By Duncan Robinson - 06 May 11:46

Wales fails to provide any consolation for Ed Miliband, as Labour miss out on majority by one seat.

Where did it all go wrong for Labour in Scotland?
By George Eaton - 06 May 11:29

Labour’s attempt to turn the election into a referendum on the coalition was a disaster.

SNP makes huge gains in Scotland
By Duncan Robinson - 06 May 10:27

Scottish National Party triumphs in Scotland as Labour and Liberal Democrat votes collapse.

5 May elections: the results so far
By Jon Bernstein - 06 May 9:39

Follow the winners and losers from elections across the UK on our live blog.

Lib Dem defeat: the recriminations begin
By Samira Shackle - 06 May 9:33

Ashdown: “The bottom line is that Liberal Democrats are exceedingly angry. There has been a breach o

Morning Call: pick of the papers
By Staff blogger - 06 May 8:57

The ten must-read pieces from this morning’s papers.

How hard is it for the Lib Dems to ditch Clegg?
By George Eaton - 05 May 17:59

What the party’s rule book tells us.

They voted yellow – but now do they regret it?
By New Statesman - 05 May 17:54

The <em>New Statesman</em> asks prominent Lib Dem supporters for their verdict on the first year of

Web Only: the best of the blogs
By Staff blogger - 05 May 17:00

The five must-read blogs from today, on the AV count, George Galloway and lefty love.

Archbishop of Canterbury criticises killing of Bin Laden
By Samira Shackle - 05 May 15:19

Killing an unarmed man leaves an “uncomfortable feeling”, says Rowan Williams.

Osborne set to miss deficit targets
By George Eaton - 05 May 13:50

Sluggish growth means that total borrowing will still be 3.6 per cent in 2015-16.

In this week’s New Statesman: Beyond the cult of Bin Laden
By George Eaton - 05 May 11:32

Olivier Roy: Bin Laden was already dead | Xan Rice: Under siege in Libya | John Gray: what we can le

“No campaign used made-up figures”, says David Blunkett
By Samira Shackle - 05 May 10:05

The former home secretary admits that the £250m figure was invented, as coalition tensions run high.

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