Who pissed on the parade?
By Marina Pepper - 18 May 18:12

Non-stop rain, an imprisoned cow and a Cameron that's actually in power

Don't you love the Tories?
By Ben Davies - 18 May 13:10

Brady's bunch of fives and other matters...

No brownie points for grammar
By Adam Haigh - 18 May 11:03

Adam finds that the Tory turn around on grammar schools has not gone unnoticed in the blogosphere th

Brady's stance on Grammar Schools
By Graham Brady - 16 May 16:08

Read the newstatesman.com article that led to Tory frontbencher Graham Brady quitting as shadow Euro

More of the same is not an option
By John McDonnell - 15 May 14:27

John McDonnell says New Labour has left large parts of the electorate alienated or disappointed - th

Lord Levy's 'persecution'
By Brian Coleman - 14 May 17:41

Millions have been spent on chasing e-mails ... but then Lord Levy like Dame Shirley Porter before h

Trade Unions
By Brendan Barber - 14 May 16:32

TUC chief Brendan Barber gives his view on the state of the trade union movement after 10 years of T

The thinking: Needed: courage and ingenuity
By Peter Wilby - 14 May 13:00

Peter Wilby on why education remains the priority

The second coming
By Martin Bright - 14 May 13:00

As Tony Blair departs, Gordon Brown will launch a plan to transform Labour's style through constitut

The politics of excitement
By Jason Cowley - 14 May 13:00

The Blair decade began with an exuberant rush of energy and sense of possibility. How can politics r

"A heroic campaign"
By Philip Gould - 14 May 13:00

Labour will recover from its Scottish setback, insists its top pollster

All best friends again
By Red Box - 14 May 13:00

Tony heaps praise on Gordon, Gordon heaps praise on Tony; Cherie compliments Sarah and Sarah complim

Spinners and spooks
By Chris Ames - 14 May 13:00

Chris Ames on the Iraq dossier and his dogged pursuit

Shazia's week
By Shazia Mirza - 14 May 13:00

Revealed: Tony Blair was the sixth Spice Girl

When Mr Brown goes to Washington
By Andrew Stephen - 14 May 13:00

The success or failure of Gordon Brown's prime ministership will lie across the Atlantic. So how wil

Whispers
By Kevin Maguire - 14 May 13:00

Will Jack be back? And who's Mad Mrs Rochester?

Return to sweated labour
By Anthony Blair - 14 May 13:00

A young Tony Blair argues for the repeal of Margaret Thatcher's anti-union laws

Friends in unexpected places
By Brian Cathcart - 14 May 13:00

Which newspaper declared that "whatever happens, Gordon Brown will be one day remembered as a great

Culture vultures
By David Lammy - 14 May 13:00

Will the Olympics really be bad for the arts? David Lammy outlines his plans for the 2012 "Cultural

Revolution isn't easy
By Marina Pepper - 11 May 18:38

Spanking, mascara and a range of other thorny topics

Education
By Paul Ellis And Ambrose Smith - 11 May 15:05

Dr Paul Ellis and Dr Ambrose Smith give us their views on the last ten years under Tony Blair.

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

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

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