The New Statesman Essay - Cheated of their vodka and cake
By Catherine Merridale - 04 September 13:00

The <em>Kursk</em> disaster will rob Russians of a cherished rite

The New Statesman Essay - Why it matters what we eat
By Colin Tudge - 28 August 13:00

Farmers should not cower before experts or authorities, argues Colin Tudge

The New Statesman Essay - What are we doing to our children?
By Bryan Appleyard - 21 August 13:00

Parents dress as teenagers while pushing their toddlers into trashy adulthood, argues Bryan Appleyar

The New Statesman Essay - Should Labour go private
By Gavin Kelly - 14 August 13:00

<strong>Gavin Kelly</strong> and <strong>Julian Le Grand </strong>on the left's utter confusion abou

The New Statesman Essay - What we must learn from Concorde
By Colin Tudge - 07 August 13:00

All technology is unpredictable, and none more so than cloning

The New Statesman Essay - We should all become time lords
By Richard Reeves - 31 July 13:00

Richard Reeves argues that we should not campaign for a shorter working week, but for the right to c

The New Statesman Essay - The curse of the Chinese menu
By Frances Cairncross - 24 July 13:00

We have more choice than ever before. Do we need it?

The New Statesman Essay - Professionals who lost their virtue
By Ziauddin Sardar - 10 July 13:00

Doctors and lawyers base their right to self-regulation on their moral superiority. The claim no lon

The New Statesman Essay - Social democracy lives on

<strong>Seymour Martin Lipset </strong>and <strong>Gary Marks </strong>on why the left should not de

The New Statesman Essay - Who's afraid of the class system?
By Paul Barker - 19 June 13:00

Britain is now much more meritocratic than it gets credit for

The New Statesman Essay - Welcome to the age of the goo-goos
By David Marquand - 12 June 13:00

Blair's real aim is to go back to the 1920s and 1930s, argues David Marquand

The New Statesman Essay - Cities without care or connection
By Richard Sennett - 05 June 13:00

New capitalism is destroying the richness of urban life, argues Richard Sennett

The New Statesman Essay - The Pangean catastrophe
By Chris Lavers - 29 May 13:00

Millions of years ago, disaster hit Earth, killing 95 per cent of all species. What caused it? Condi

The New Statesman Essay - Let's cram more into the city

Far from being overcrowded, England's cities are too empty. New homes should be in town centres. By

The New Statesman Essay - The road to the good society
By Amitai Etzioni - 15 May 13:00

The Third Way is doomed unless the rich change their ways

The New Statesman Essay - Why we should all get a state income
By Robert Goodin - 08 May 13:00

Governments are trying to cut back on welfare at just the time when the other pillars of social supp

The New Statesman Essay - History as a Banana Republic accessory
By Ziauddin Sardar - 01 May 13:00

With schoolchildren being taught virtual history, we are in danger of forgetting the sins of our for

The New Statesman Essay - When it's right to be a Luddite
By Colin Tudge - 24 April 13:00

Forget risk. The big question is: will GM foods give more freedom to ordinary people or more power t

The New Statesman Essay - The rise of the ergonarchy
By Fay Weldon - 17 April 13:00

We could have the leisure society if we wanted it. But Samuel Smiles won; our lives are ruled by a w

The New Statesman Essay - Don't let the right hijack enterprise
By Will Hutton & Madsen Pirie - 10 April 13:00

The minimal state isn't good for business. To get started, even Microsoft needed help from big compa

The New Statesman Essay - Great hatred, little room
By Geoffrey Wheatcroft - 03 April 13:00

Geoffrey Wheatcrofton the clash of cultures that created anti-hunting passions

The New Statesman Essay - How we have lost the joy of sex
By Ziauddin Sardar - 27 March 13:00

In a world full of sensual images, why has sexual misery never been greater? Ziauddin Sardarblames e

The New Statesman Essay - The paradox of Tony Blair
By David Marquand - 20 March 12:00

Why does new Labour, after giving away power, remain so centralist in its instincts? David Marquand

The New Statesman Essay - How an egalitarian can be an elitist
By Patricia Hewitt - 21 February 12:00

What is best for the economy is also best for social justice

The New Statesman Essay - Why I am really a progressive
By Melanie Phillips - 14 February 12:00

Melanie Phillips is regarded by some as an apologist for the authoritarian right. She argues that sh

The New Statesman Essay - New Labour needs a moral compass
By Alan Ryan - 07 February 12:00

Alan Ryan argues that Blair's guiding light should be the Liberalism of 1906

The New Statesman Essay - The tyranny of the brands
By Naomi Klein - 24 January 12:00

Naomi Kleinon how Nike, Gap, McDonald's and their like have turned the whole world into a marketing

The New Statesman Essay - How to bring back collectivism
By Robin Blackburn - 17 January 12:00

You thought pension funds were for capitalists? Robin Blackburnargues that they could provide a new

The New Statesman Essay - Towards a green common sense
By Ben Rogers - 10 January 12:00

Must our affection for songbirds depend on deep, foggy metaphysics? Ben Rogers argues for a more sec

The New Statesman Christmas Essay - The heart has its reasons
By Richard Hoggart - 20 December 12:00

<em>New Statesman Christmas</em> - Richard Hoggart, an unbeliever, tries to find the source of moral