The great leader debate
By Sian Berry - 18 September 11:16

It's time for a title with clear meaning says the Green Party's co-principal speaker argues Sian Ber

Power to Clarity
By Ted Honderich - 17 September 12:11

On 13 September, New Statesman contributing editor Sholto Byrnes wrote a piece in which he acclaimed

Start with a run end with an auction
By Jo Swinson - 17 September 11:44

Lib Dem MP Jo Swinson details an eclectic day at party conference which begins with an early morning

Go on Ming pick a fight!
By Lembit Opik - 16 September 11:11

The Lib Dem frontbencher dismisses talk of a coup against Sir Menzies Campbell insisting there are n

Beside the seaside...
By Ben Davies - 14 September 16:46

The conference season kicks off in Brighton, moves to Bournemouth and then ends up in Blackpool and

What's on the PM's mind?
By Owen Walker - 14 September 16:29

The cosy-up between Brown and Thatcher gets a mixed response from political bloggers as some ask if

Tackling climate change isn't about guilt
By Sian Berry - 14 September 10:25

In Sian's last key speech as Green co-principal speaker she explains tackling climate change is abou

Arms fair?
By Robbie Gillett - 13 September 16:56

Robbie Gillett reports from the protest at the DSEi arms fair and questions why it is less people to

The dinosaurs, right all along
By Martin Bright - 13 September 13:00

The Inside Track with Martin Bright at the TUC plus <a href="/200709130016">Tara Hamilton-Miller</a>

A new background noise
By Tara Hamilton-Miller - 13 September 13:00

Only when he finds the key to quality of life will Dave finally be able to define Cameronism

Charlie's back
By Kevin Maguire - 13 September 13:00

... but this time he's playing for the other side

British citizens of history
By Ziauddin Sardar - 13 September 13:00

Jack Straw's green paper <em>The Governance of Britain</em>, published in July, has provided the bes

What they know about us . . .
By Peter Wilby - 13 September 13:00

Your postcode reveals more than your DNA can

What are the Lib Dems for?
By Chris Huhne - 13 September 13:00

The party's task in Brighton will be to answer that question more clearly

Green Tories? Not likely!
By Sian Berry - 13 September 10:09

Sian Berry reports from the Green Party conference on the day David Cameron's 'Quality of Life' revi

A day in the life
By Billy Hayes - 12 September 14:21

CWU chief Billy Hayes gives us a glimpse of how he spends his time at the TUC annual conference and

Union chief's warning to Brown
By Tony Woodley - 12 September 10:39

In the latest in newstatesman.com's 'Posh in 2007' series union boss Tony Woodley warns Gordon Brown

The vision of the Hip Hop generation
By Anthony Thomas - 11 September 18:45

Hip Hop is heir of slave rebellions, abolitionist, civil rights and Black Power movements and the si

Where next for the suburbs?
By Brian Coleman - 11 September 13:20

Tory politician Brian Coleman mourns what he sees as the deterioration of London's suburbs

We were right to strike
By Bob Crow - 10 September 12:00

As the TUC gets underway, RMT boss Bob Crow uses a newstatesman.com article to attack critics in the

The Spectator - they're giving it away
By Ben Davies - 06 September 18:56

A surprise subscription, visiting the homeland and more on being posh...

Nothing left for Protestants
By Tristram Hunt - 06 September 13:00

In his earnestness and abstemiousness, the new Prime Minister is drawing on roots deep in the Labour

Poorer children should do better
By Peter Wilby - 06 September 13:00

Schools will have to change more radically

Our world of rough-and-ready ethics
By Brian Cathcart - 06 September 13:00

Journalists in the US agonise about the smallest details, but here we prefer to use the broad brush,

The BoJo, Ken and Bri show
By Tony Travers - 06 September 13:00

London in 2007 is Hogarth's city, the global capital of money, sex, booze and who-cares attitude. In

The hard facts about pay
By Alex Brummer - 06 September 13:00

Unfortunately, Gordon Brown has left himself little choice but to stand firm in the face of growing

Sweet charity?
By Joe Treasure - 06 September 13:00

When a government fails its poor, giving can become a radical act

Britain on the way out
By Richard Beeston - 06 September 13:00

Observations on Iraq

The gagging of the mandarins
By Edward Clay - 06 September 13:00

How the Foreign Office systematically silences critical civil servants

Citizen's advice
By Martin Bright - 06 September 13:00

When is the new politics really new, and when is it merely a device to distance <strong>Gordon Brown

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