Writing Cameron's speech has become a Babelian muddle
Corrections were made to this article on 25 September.
On the eve of the Labour party conference in Brighton, Mehdi Hasan and James Macintyre talk exclusiv
Public-private partnerships on the London Underground have provided a cure worse then the disease, a
Caroline Lucas, Jon Cruddas, Peter Tatchell and others tell us where spending cuts should be made
For the Afghan villagers blown to pieces in our name, one craven motion at Labour’s conference is too late.
The New Statesman supported me when I was being battered from pillar to post by the tabloid press
We can and will expose Cameron Conservatism to be as out of touch and unsuited for these times as La
How can we demonise other countries for daring to have nuclear weapons development programmes while
The Labour government remains a superior option to the Tories but it needs credible policies to meet
Pop, politics, and what he’d do with his hour on the plinth – New Statesman readers ask, Ken Livings
Journalists are being spun big style; they cover Cameron as though he were PM-elect
Climate change hits the poorest people hardest. Rich countries got us into this mess. Now they must
BNP racism is becoming more open, more direct and more vicious. It must be confronted head-on.
Ed Miliband will need all the political skills he can muster to get a deal in Copenhagen
So damned fluid are the classes these days, I had seemingly mistaken mistress for maid
Without a proper reassessment of the role of finance in our economy, the crash could easily happen a
In this exclusive account of decision-making at the Bank of England, David Blanchflower reveals how
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Question Time was discussing inviting Nick Griffin on long before the BNP's "breakthrough"
The chairman of the troubled Financial Services Authority, Adair Turner, is courting political contr
. . . on the 10:10 luvvies, Keith Waterhouse, and football’s castrati
Should Americans in Britain have the right to vote in UK general elections? A report from a debate a
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.
The leaders of the coalition are now ignoring allegations of fraud and corruption that they have not
How can we build a “good society”? Four evolving strands of progressive thought and the guiding spir
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At dinner Osborne placed me between Dominic Mohan and someone called Alan Davies