Marching out of the crisis
By Kate Blagojevic - 30 March 17:39

World Development Movement's Kate Blagojevic
shares her experience of marching with thousands to pr

What G20 countries want
By George Eaton - 30 March 15:48

As the leaders of the world's biggest economies gather in London we look at some of the competing de

The Crash - a view from the left

We have to remake democracy and rediscover our capacity for collective change. We need a new sociali

Put the people first
By Benedict Southworth - 27 March 13:11

G20 leaders must decide to turn this crisis into an opportunity. We want to see radical change that

A brotherhood of bloggers...
By Paul Evans - 27 March 12:53

A thin silver pencil

I was pleased to knock back some free plonk at the Orwell Prize debate on Wednesday, at which the shortlist for the inaugural blog award was announced.

London calls the street rebels
By Paul Kingsnorth - 26 March 10:11

The global justice movement is back in town – and planning the biggest rally since the Iraq War marc

The Nudgeocon
By Gideon Donald - 26 March 10:11

I almost resigned after Campbell spiked me

Interview: Ed Balls
By Gloria De Piero - 26 March 10:11

‘‘Do I want to be chancellor? Of course I do. I’d love it’’
Gloria De Piero spends the day with Ed

Ed Miliband must resign
By Peter Wilby - 26 March 10:11

. . . on political heroes, nationalised banks and family confessionals

Hello, Mr President
By Sebastian Shakespeare - 26 March 10:11

Observations on Obamania

A dangerous paranoia
By Sigrid Rausing - 26 March 10:11

The Home Office is attempting to sell the concept of ID cards to the public by claiming they are an

Diary: Vince Cable
By Vincent Cable - 26 March 10:11

One man thinks I’m a free tax accountant - the Lib Dem shadow chancellor on his week

We love to ride our bicycles
By Kevin Maguire - 26 March 10:11

Kevin Maguire brings you all the gossip from the Westminster Village

The rules are no excuse
By Staff blogger - 26 March 10:11

Tony McNulty is a good minister. At the Home Office, with responsibility for immigration and, later, policing and counterterrorism, his plain speaking brought a refreshing humanity to the government.

Chess in 20 dimensions
By Andrew Grice - 26 March 10:11

Gordon Brown knows that his last chance of staging another comeback rests not on the G20 summit, but

Permission to dance?
By Nigel Farage - 24 March 14:52

We used to understand those who offered themselves on call to help in an emergency were a benefit to

How Cameron's failing the Clarke test
By James Macintyre - 24 March 12:23

By pressing ahead with his plans to lift the inheritance tax threshold David Cameron is marking the

The fictional minister for Cornwall
By Matthew Taylor MP - 20 March 13:59

The Lib Dem MP explains how he believes the Tories are targeting constituencies in which they are no

Blogging the licence fee
By Paul Evans - 20 March 12:32

The licence fee, Madagascan politics and Walford election fever, in our weekly round-up of the polit

Alex Ferguson on Labour, the best footballers and what he WON'T be doing in retirement
By Alastair Campbell - 19 March 11:48

Alastair Campbell talks to the retiring Manchester United manager about football, politics and why Tony Blair was a striker.

Diary: Sarah Brown
By Sarah Brown - 19 March 11:48

Tell me, what was Michelle Obama like?

Low charisma, high values
By Paola Totaro - 19 March 11:48

Paola Totaro, London bureau chief for the Sydney Morning Herald, is baffled as to why Gordon Brown g

Too much of a feel-good thing
By Ryan Gilbey - 19 March 11:48

Under Labour, British cinema has enjoyed a commercial renaissance. If only more film-makers were wil

Come down, check it out
By Daniel Finkelstein - 19 March 11:48

The internet has already profoundly changed politics, with the left finally waking up to challenge t

The void of understanding
By Philip Gould - 19 March 11:48

“The theme is leadership, but the subtext is betrayal.” <em>Philip Gould</em> on a great pollster’s

Time to up the game and win
By Alastair Campbell - 19 March 11:48

New Statesman guest editor Alastair Campbell is also this week's leader writer. Here he argues Labou

Loosening Labour’s golden straitjacket
By Vernon Bogdanor - 19 March 11:48

Economic crisis presents opportunities as well as stark threats for social democracy, writes the Oxf

Manifesto for renewal
By Staff blogger - 19 March 11:48

When Alastair Campbell agreed to be our guest editor, he invited readers of his <a href="http://www.