Eat canapé, avoid catastrophe
By Peter Wilby - 10 September 8:56

. . . on the 10:10 luvvies, Keith Waterhouse, and football’s castrati

Citizens or subjects?
By James Burgess - 07 September 16:15

Should Americans in Britain have the right to vote in UK general elections? A report from a debate a

Questions for Ken
By Staff blogger - 03 September 11:10

In two weeks' time the former mayor of London Ken Livingstone will attend a high-level NS editorial summit and we want you to set the agenda.

Leader: In Afghanistan, political success remains as elusive as military triumph
By Staff blogger - 03 September 8:19

The leaders of the coalition are now ignoring allegations of fraud and corruption that they have not

An ideological map
By Stuart White - 03 September 8:19

How can we build a “good society”? Four evolving strands of progressive thought and the guiding spir

Sell off the Roads!
By Peter Wilby - 03 September 8:19

. . . on James Murdoch’s bananas, political dynasties and a game of cards

Notting Hell of Osborne’s celebrity dinner
By Gideon Donald - 03 September 8:19

At dinner Osborne placed me between Dominic Mohan and someone called Alan Davies

The new progressives
By Stuart White - 03 September 8:19

There is a common belief across the four new ideological trends that the state must be restructured

Quango pickle
By Leo McKinstry - 03 September 8:19

Observations on housing

The drowned world
By James Macintyre - 03 September 8:19

Time is running out in Bangladesh where floods caused by climate change threaten to engulf entire is

The socialist’s guide to camping
By G A Cohen - 03 September 8:19

Just because humans are selfish, should we give up on the ideals of equality and community? Oxford p

Megrahi was framed
By John Pilger - 03 September 8:19

The trial of the “Lockerbie bomber” was worse than a travesty of justice. Evidence that never came t

Labour's Crisis
By Jon Cruddas - 03 September 8:19

Labour is in the middle of its gravest crisis in 30 years. It needs to rediscover the radicalism tha

The folly of devolution
By James Macintyre - 27 August 8:07

The furore over the release of the Lockerbie bomber may hasten the decline of the union

Good migrations
By Daniel Trilling - 27 August 8:07

Luton – described as a breeding ground for militants and a tinderbox of racial tension – has an imag

Go on, boycott America
By Peter Wilby - 27 August 8:07

. . . on Lockerbie, knighthoods and the futility of Richard Dawkins

“Do we get it right?”
By Caroline Thomson - 27 August 8:07

The BBC is still defined by impartiality

Leader: Beware the coming anarchy and Labour’s denial of it
By Staff blogger - 27 August 8:07

Chris Grayling's speech showed that he understands the coarsening of our public culture

Bias and the BBC
By Mehdi Hasan - 27 August 8:07

The charge that the broadcasting corporation is left-wing has been repeated so often that it goes almost unchallenged. If anything, Mehdi Hasan argues, it is a bastion of conservatism.

“They hoped I’d be pro-torture”
By Peter Hitchens - 27 August 8:07

The BBC could not handle a right-winger against the Iraq war

Coulson, a twit at the wicket
By Gideon Donald - 27 August 8:07

I was meant to be with Major at the Oval, but found myself in a basement (Andy Coulson "doesn't do daylight") listening to our esteemed Director of Communications and Planning delivering a lecture on "The Future".

The NS Profile: Daniel Hannan
By George Eaton - 20 August 8:40

David Cameron may have dismissed his ‘‘eccentric views’’, but this Atlanticist could emerge as a lig

Hurrah for Harriet
By Frank Field - 20 August 8:40

There is an alternative to drifting into horrendous defeat, but Labour must seize the moment. The pa

Hard times
By Sophie Elmhirst - 20 August 8:40

Suicide rates rose at shocking speed after the Wall Street Crash of 1929 – and have done with each r

Diary: Bonnie Greer
By Bonnie Greer - 20 August 8:40

I love Fox News. What it stands for, I’m against

The election will not be televised
By Steve Richards - 20 August 8:40

The internet will revolutionise the parties’ general election campaigns. For our leading politicians

How “winnable” is Afghanistan?
By Staff blogger - 20 August 8:40

The government has failed to define "victory". Ministers should set a date for withdrawal of British

The many self-sacrifices of Citizen Hague
By Gideon Donald - 20 August 8:40

When he drops the bluff Yorkshireman act Hague can be passable company.

Leader: Daniel Hannan’s opinions on our health service are completely in keeping with the Tory mainstream
By Staff blogger - 20 August 8:40

It is Labour - not the Conservatives - that is the party of the NHS. Ministers have found a chink in

I sued and won
By Peter Wilby - 20 August 8:40

. . . on know-alls, league tables, and my soft spot for Norman Tebbit

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