The real Mrs Pankhurst
By Frances Pugh - 14 July 11:35

Author Frances Pugh marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of Emmeline Pankhurst, the suffragette

ELSPA vs BBFC
By Iain Simons - 14 July 10:35

The daggers are out in a very public spat between the organisation that lobbies on behalf of the UK

Why me for Labour's treasurer
By Mark McDonald - 12 July 13:52

Labour's troubles with funding come back to one basic issue - the fact that only once in 16 years ha

Token opposition
By Paul Evans - 11 July 12:01

To win back his seat, David Davis needed only to defeat a smokers' rights advocate and a man claimin

Hamas at Olympia
By Martin Bright - 10 July 18:44

Why I have decided to pull out of IslamExpo this weekend

Rape's a real crime
By Nicole Westmarland - 10 July 13:16

Rape has been seen as a 'woman's problem' for far too long and we urgently need more men to publicly

BBC staff aren't laughing
By Jeremy Dear - 10 July 11:22

Huge pay hikes for BBC executives, rewarded even when they mess up, below inflation rises for staff

Davis wins easily...
By Simon Hooper - 10 July 10:38

newstatesman.com's running commentary on the by-election triggered then won by David Davis over 42 d

Daily bread
By Roger Alton - 10 July 10:18

I'm a huge admirer of Tony Blair but I come in for a good ticking-off from colleagues for a headline

You couldn't make her up
By Tara Hamilton-Miller - 10 July 10:18

The Conservative candidate in Glasgow East is perfect for Dave's new, inclusive party

Tactical Briefing
By Jesse Armstrong - 10 July 10:18

From: The Unit

To: GB

Subject: Sticking the course

How Britain wages war
By John Pilger - 10 July 10:18

The military has created a wall of silence around its frequent resort to barbaric practices, includi

A sea change on immigration?
By Martin Bright - 10 July 10:18

On public service reform, the government is at last beginning to listen to front-line staff, rather

A Neet solution
By Charles Leadbeater - 10 July 10:18

Increasing numbers of teenagers stumble at the transition from school to work. There is an answer

Southern discomfort
By Jasper Gerard - 10 July 10:18

Few of the swells barrelling down the A303 in Porsche 4x4s to wealthy enclaves such as Rock or Fowey

‘‘I’ll leave when I finish the job’’
By Gloria De Piero - 10 July 10:18

In his most revealing interview yet, <strong>Gordon Brown</strong> talks exclusively to the New Stat

Vaz-eline's slippery ways
By Kevin Maguire - 10 July 10:18

All the gossip from the Westminster Village

The true cost of Boris' policies
By Jenny Jones - 09 July 17:32

The Mayor's decision to drop the £25 emissions charge is just the latest in a series of environmenta

Vote for Little Britain?
By Simon Hooper - 09 July 11:23

Simon Hooper visits Haltemprice and Howden where David Davis has forced a by-election on civil liber

Blacklisted by Liberty Davis
By Shan Oakes - 09 July 10:26

The Green candidate in the Haltemprice and Howden by-election accuses David Davis of avoiding debate

We must cull badgers
By Daniel Kawczynski - 08 July 16:22

'I have sat with a farmer in my constituency who has been brought to his knees by Bovine TB and I do

Northern exposure
By Rachael Jolley - 08 July 10:48

There is a distinct sense that the Westminster village needs to catch up with life beyond the sushi

Brown's Cones Hotline Moment
By Martin Bright - 08 July 10:48

Concerns over food waste are well-founded, but Brown's comments make him look out of touch

Take me to your leader
By Jonathan Calder - 08 July 10:39

Gordon Brown's personality, the shabby treatment of dear old Sir John and close encounters of the fo

On the campaign trail...
By Shan Oakes - 07 July 14:21

The Green candidate in the Haltemprice and Howden by-election, <a href="http://shanoakes.blogspot.co

Ray Lewis' resignation
By Ben Davies - 05 July 8:50

The extraordinary resignation of Boris Johnson's deputy mayor Ray Lewis saw me called in to BBC London on Friday night to take part in a discussion on the Tessa Dunlop show that involved Lond

Happy birthday NHS
By Jonn Elledge - 04 July 20:12

As Britain's greatest institution celebrates its 60th birthday, Jonn Elledge reports on a health se

Feminism and the Tube
By Alex Iossifidis - 04 July 14:10

So, why is the tube cleaner’s plight a feminist issue? Well, for a start most tube cleaners are wome

Fear and Lothian
By Graham Allen - 04 July 13:44

The democratic answer to the West Lothian Question is to follow through with devolution genuinely de

Who wants to run Scottish Labour?
By Alyssa McDonald - 04 July 13:13

Just who are the runners and riders in the race to replace Wendy Alexander? Alyssa McDonald takes a

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