I don't regret it and I'm not ashamed
By Hester Lacey - 04 April 13:00

Observations on abortion

Botox ballot box
By Isabel Wolff - 04 April 13:00

Observations on illusions

The New Stateswoman/Eve survey - Blair: 'slippery, irritating' - and less sexy than Charles Kennedy
By Staff blogger - 04 April 13:00

Tony Blair is "slippery" and "irritating". Gordon Brown is "uncaring". Michael Howard is "inept".

The best that they can do?<br />
By Sandra Barwick - 04 April 13:00

With much fanfare, the main parties are presenting their policies for women. Sandra Barwick takes a

NS Essay - Does sex make us happy? Don't talk about it . . .
By Richard Reeves - 28 March 13:00

Our satisfaction in bed is not rising in relation to the public obsession with open sexuality - in f

Why it should be an election issue
By Philip Cowley - 28 March 13:00

Observations on abortion

What Britain really thinks
By John Kampfner - 21 March 12:00

What is going to matter most to people in the coming general election? Do they really loathe Tony Bl

Do politicians know the facts?
By Tessa Mayes - 21 March 12:00

Observations on abortion

Better than ever promised
By Donald Hirsch - 21 March 12:00

Observations on the Budget (1). By <strong>Donald Hirsch


Abortion: we need compassion, not dogma
By Staff blogger - 21 March 12:00

At least New Statesman readers cannot say they weren't warned. In a cover story last November, Cristina Odone, then our deputy editor, wrote that US-style "moral majority politics" was coming here.

A disease that can be beaten
By Bob Snow & Nick White - 14 March 12:00

African special - Observations on malaria

Whose quality of life?
By Margaret Cook - 14 March 12:00

Observations on drugs for Alzheimer's

It's everywhere: just don't talk about it
By Johann Hari - 07 March 12:00

For thousands of ever younger people, hard-core pornography on the internet is becoming their introd

NS Essay - Whether it's sex, drink, schools or culture, the English are extremists
By George Walden - 07 March 12:00

England doesn't deserve its reputation for moderation. Where else do you find, in the same country,

The spice traders' tale
By Sejal Mandalia - 07 March 12:00

Observations on adulterated food

Michele Roberts argues that food is the great healer
By Michele Roberts - 28 February 12:00

To restore an ill person to health, you need infusions of herbs and lots of love , writes Michele Ro

Mark Thomas scoffs at a meaningless apology
By Mark Thomas - 28 February 12:00

Blair finally said "sorry" to some of the innocent prisoners released after years of being locked up

Darcus Howe explains why blacks won't vote
By Darcus Howe - 28 February 12:00

Right-wing attacks used to panic blacks into voting Labour. Now we just don't vote at all

Always someone else's fault
By Sejal Mandalia - 28 February 12:00

Observations on HIV (2)

Crystal clear danger
By Rachel Halliburton - 28 February 12:00

Observations on HIV (1)

NS Interview - Ruth Kelly
By John Kampfner - 14 February 12:00

Labour spring conference - She has a new vision for comprehensive schools - and promises her religio

Off their backsides?
By Margaret Cook - 14 February 12:00

Observations on incapacity benefit

NS Essay - Drink and be damned
By Charlotte Raven - 07 February 12:00

New laws won't reduce our frantic consumption of alcohol. Booze occupies a hole in our core sense of

Blame the government
By Margaret Cook - 07 February 12:00

Observations on HIV

A bad trip for the young
By Margaret Cook - 31 January 12:00

Observations on cannabis

Michele Roberts smothers her face in fruit and veg
By Michele Roberts - 24 January 12:00

I wash my face with avocado and honey, and moisturise with angelica

Why we all need to get out more
By David Nicholson-Lord - 24 January 12:00

Humanity has gone back to its origins. We live in caves again, but the cave is now a glass palace. D

New Labour's best-kept secret
By Edel Brosnan - 10 January 12:00

Observations on the National Health Service

Smaller gut, bigger brain
By Margaret Cook - 10 January 12:00

Observations on human evolution

Natural . . . but not nice
By Patrick West - 10 January 12:00

We live in a time in which we are exhorted to worship or "live in harmony" with nature. Human beings are seen as despoilers of the earth who seem interested merely in causing wars and wrecking the environment.