Winning hearts and minds requires a new approach to terrorism, says Ben Ward
The Pakistani parliament mourns the passing of the politically-incorrent comic and David Miliband co
The unmentionable truth about Salman Rushdie's fiction
Our national obsession with property has led us into dangerous waters. At every level of the market
When the NS revealed how the government would seek to bury bad news during the Blair-Brown transitio
<strong>From The <em>New Statesman</em> 29 August 1980</strong>
Tony Blair claims that one of his
The Cotswolds' first BNP councillor faces an angry backlash
Government IT projects fail because ministers don't like to be told "No"
Peter Wilby finds plans for integration wanting
Tony feels the hand of history. Peter offers his old friend a chance to front the . . . shh, don't
Just when the Tories have a real strategy to announce, a banana skin presents itself
With a new prime minister, Labour needs to seize the opportunity on housing - including new eco town
Druggie Dave ruffles diplomatic feathers and Big Brother sparks Trot tantrums
Will it take a British New Orleans before we take flooding planning seriously?
Elder abuse remains a taboo subject but older people must not be denied justice
Student campaign forces UCL to back down over arms trade investments
The verdict on the Labour deputy leadership candidates' Question Time performances - and bloggers un
I'm ready to integrate. But are you ready to accept me?
Big Gordie's game of chicken with Druggie Dave over anti-terror laws divides the shadow cabinet
A move to fixed fees risks undermining our legal aid system
Tony Blair denounces the media for manipulation - while still denying his own addiction to spinning.
Brown must understand the depth of anger over Iraq. For that reason, we are backing Jon Cruddas for
Peter Wilby says income disparity should worry Gordon Brown
As the prime-minister-in-waiting ponders the nature of British identity, the <em>New Statesman</em>
The Tories' new "bland" Euroscepticism faces its first challenge
Gordon and little John set up a charity shop to raise money for Africa. But for Cherie, parting with
Skyrocketing fares, worsening services and government subsidies higher than ever - all prove that pr
The ill-conceived Commission on Integration and Cohesion is a weight around our necks
A British Day would mean an extra day off work, so why should we stop at just one?