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Royal College of GPs chair attacks NHS reforms
By Alice Gribbin - 09 November 16:25

Clare Gerada tells the <em>New Statesman</em>: "This reform is so large you can see it from outer sp

New Statesman cover | 14 November 2011
By Staff blogger - 09 November 16:13

A sneak preview of tomorrow's front cover.

Web Only: best of the blogs
By Staff blogger - 09 November 16:08

The five must-read posts from today, including the time Theresa May told a minister: "don't blame yo

Berlusconi gaffes: our top ten
By Mike Bonnet and Mark Jenner - 09 November 15:15

A collection of quotes that make you wonder how the Italian premier survived so long.

Andy Burnham on the NHS, school freedom and working with Lib Dems
By Rafael Behr - 09 November 15:04

The new Shadow Health Secretary has spoken exclusively to the New Statesman

Ed Miliband speaking at his weekly press conference in October Source: Getty Images
Mehdi Hasan's PMQs review: MPs fiddle over borders as Europe burns
By Mehdi Hasan - 09 November 13:15

Miliband decided to go for Cameron over May but failed to land any significant blows.

Two more top awards for the New Statesman
By New Statesman - 09 November 12:10

NS wins magazine and consumer website of the year.

Why Estonia should not be our economic poster-boy
By Nick Pearce - 09 November 10:53

Estonia has much to recommend it, but a look at its recent economic history should give anyone pause

Silvio Berlusconi's resignation: the front pages
By Samira Shackle - 09 November 9:58

In a much delayed move, the Italian prime minister has pledged to resign as soon as austerity measur

Theresa May's statements are "wrong", says Brodie Clark
By Samira Shackle - 09 November 9:08

Head of the UK Border Agency resigns, with a stinging attack on the Home Secretary.

Morning Call: pick of the papers
By Staff blogger - 09 November 7:58

The ten must-read pieces from this morning's newspapers.

The "Theresa May is a safe pair of hands" myth
By Richard Morris - 08 November 16:08

How to break the second golden rule of marketing.

Web Only: best of the blogs
By Staff blogger - 08 November 16:04

The five must-read posts from today, including Italy's troubles, and why this is not the end of Herm

These London fare hikes are unfair -- and unnecessary
By Ken Livingstone - 08 November 11:30

Last year the operating surplus was £727m. That money needs to go back into Londoners' hands.

Sarkozy: "I cannot stand Netanyahu. He is a liar."
By Samira Shackle - 08 November 10:58

Barack Obama and Nicolas Sarkozy caught on microphone criticising the Israeli PM.

The questions Theresa May still has to answer
By Samira Shackle - 08 November 9:33

The Home Secretary is struggling to contain the row over relaxed border controls.

Morning Call: pick of the papers
By Staff blogger - 08 November 7:47

The ten must-read pieces from this morning's newspapers.

Web Only: best of the blogs
By Staff blogger - 07 November 15:56

The five must-read posts from today, including Paul Krugman's take on the eurozone crisis.

Labour figures pay tribute to Philip Gould
By Samira Shackle - 07 November 15:04

Philip Gould, the architect of New Labour, has died aged 61.

Five Military Misadventures
By Mike Bonnet and Mark Jenner - 07 November 14:03

With the Afghanistan war now ten years old, we take a look at some other misguided military operatio

The new face of Islamophobia
By Samira Shackle - 07 November 10:09

A study of the far-right in Europe has found that supporters are young, male, and anti-Islam.

Morning Call: pick of the papers
By Staff blogger - 07 November 7:58

The ten must-read pieces from this morning's newspapers.

Miliband's intervention is a victory for the Occupy Movement
By Owen Jones - 06 November 12:20

The protesters are helping to shape the terms of the political debate.

Councillors face a vicious cycle of expectation, indignation and bitter apathy
By Rowenna Davis - 06 November 10:42

Six months into the job, I'm trying to do things differently.

Ed Miliband speaks out on Occupy movement
By Helen Lewis - 06 November 9:51

The Labour leader says St Paul's protest reflects wider concerns over "irresponsible, predatory capi

Enough of the Scottish subsidy myth - Scotland pays its way in the Union
By James Maxwell - 06 November 9:05

Scotland pays its way in the Union - it's time the London commentariat acknowledged that.

Morning call: the pick of the papers
By Staff blogger - 06 November 9:03

The ten must-read pieces from this morning's newspapers.

Saving capitalism? The price could be democracy
By Richard Morris - 05 November 9:11

Greece is faced with severe austerity measures. Why shouldn't its people have their say?

Morning call: the pick of the papers
By Staff blogger - 05 November 9:04

The ten must-read pieces from this morning's newspapers.

Agreements, disagreements, and unfinished business for next year's G20
By Simon Chouffot - 04 November 17:50

Protests were tightly controlled at this year's summit, and inside the conference centre was no more

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