Defence and the Armed Forces
By Michael Clarke - 11 May 11:45

Michael Clarke is Professor of Defence Studies at King’s College London

What did we have the right to expect?
By Martin Bright - 10 May 15:34

Blair announces he's going and it's the 'usual schmaltzy confection'

Harry Palmer reads the New Statesman
By Ben Davies - 10 May 15:28

A quiz, your verdicts on the departure of Tony 'where did those weapons go' Blair plus news from the

The West's best interests
By Martin Bright - 09 May 15:09

How Western governments need to be more imaginative in the pursuit of partners in the Muslim communi

Will rich Tory donors buy the next election?
By Martin Bright - 09 May 14:41

The sobering messages that can be drawn from the local elections

Be careful who you share your details with
By Sian Berry - 08 May 10:29

Sian issues a warning against co-operating with field trials for the next census. After all who are

What Cherie told her hairdresser about Gordon
By Kevin Maguire - 07 May 13:00

A sideways look at life in the Westminster Village

Maggie's boy
By John Gray - 07 May 13:00

"You were the future, once," David Cameron famously taunted Tony Blair - but, in our final assessmen

His legacy? We are a society in pieces
By Suzanne Moore - 07 May 13:00

Ten years ago, we saw ourselves reflected by Blair as young and energetic. Now we are broken down, i

The missing links
By Shiv Malik - 07 May 13:00

Observations on terrorism

How was Blair for you?
By Staff blogger - 07 May 13:00

We asked David Hare, Geoff Mulgan, David Marquand, Suzanne Moore, John Gray and many more to give us

A man without history
By David Marquand - 07 May 13:00

The Third Way was not an ideology, but a classy fudge that the Prime Minister soon abandoned for Mes

Revealed: the Iraq deceit
By Chris Ames - 07 May 13:00

Evidence that Blair exaggerated Iraq's nuclear plans may prove the most damaging.

Tony, the NS and me
By Staff blogger - 07 May 13:00

The <em>New Statesman</em> has always had a close, if fraught, relationship with Labour. Here, three

Iraq and the apocalypse
By David Hare - 07 May 13:00

Why did a gifted prime minister embark on a course which people far stupider had consistently warned

A Blair-sized hole
By Martin Bright - 07 May 13:00

As the Prime Minister prepares to depart these shores with his interfaith foundation, it may not be

“I’ve no memories of anything before him”
By Shak - 07 May 13:00

Sarah O'Connor was 12 when Tony Blair was first elected prime minister. Here she recounts what it wa

Luck and The Thing
By Geoff Mulgan - 07 May 13:00

As he bows out, Tony Blair may reflect that, helped by good fortune, he has left his country a more

By Staff blogger - 07 May 1:00

Has Tony Blair's reign been an aesthetic golden age or a triumph of style over substance? The NS's f

All parties must accept a desire for greater autonomy
By Eric Joyce - 06 May 10:04

Falkirk MP Eric Joyce gives his reaction to the Scottish election result

Waving goodbye
By Ben Davies - 04 May 17:31

An animated Tony, Election 2007 and other matters

Outsourcing democracy
By Jamie Allinson - 04 May 17:17

Solidarity candidate Jamie Allinson reports on chaos at the counts in Scotland

How the Lib Dems fared...
By Mark Pack - 04 May 17:06

Mark Pack - head of innovations for the Liberal Democrats - reports a mixed picture for his party

Blair's idiocy has damaged the party
By Ric Metcalfe - 04 May 13:34

Ric Metcalfe who was, until yesterday, leader of Lincoln's council reacts to a Tory win in the histo

The morning after
By David Sudworth - 04 May 12:07

David Sudworth reports from West Lancashire where Labour faired better than expected...

Bloggers come good
By Adam Haigh - 04 May 11:10

There's an election going on, don't you know?

Time to be counted
By Peter Black - 03 May 16:41

Detailed lowdown of what's going on in Wales

Today I'll be voting Proudhon
By Harry Giles - 03 May 14:35

The joys of not voting

Shhhh there's an election going on
By Matt Withers - 03 May 14:20

Despite a Plaid Cymru resurgence, Labour need worry not.

Greens in government?
By James Mackenzie - 03 May 13:34

Life working for the Green Party in Scotland