Politics of proton smashing
By Martin O'Neill - 17 September 12:05

The UK taxpayer has contributed around £500 million to the development of the Large Hadron Collider.

'Popular, radical but realistic policies'
By Don Foster - 16 September 19:20

'I do know that that we have been hitting the right buttons on issues that matter to ordinary people

Joining the Lib Dems...
By Ben Davies - 16 September 16:56

Conference season sees various New Statesman staff dashing around the country to take part in fringe

Economist to superhero?
By Jo Swinson - 15 September 18:56

The East Dunbartonshire MP and foreign affairs spokeswoman on juggling her commitments at conference

'Reintroducing fairness'
By Vincent Cable - 15 September 15:16

'By cutting taxes for those on low and middle incomes, and taking the poorest out of tax altogether,

Weekend Round-Up -- 15 September 2008
By Martin Bright - 15 September 15:16

The commentariat was wrong-footed by the Labour rebellion, but it's running to catch up.

The truth about Darling
By Jonathan Calder - 15 September 11:33

'Darling may be miserable, but the trajectory of his career will keep anyone with a long memory laug

Lembit for president...
By Lembit Opik - 15 September 10:20

An upbeat Lembit Opik reports how his fellow Lib Dems are in a mood of irrepressible confidence sure

Someone else's crisis
By Peter Black - 14 September 13:41

A unique experience for a Liberal Democrat Conference in recent years, another party is having the l

Let's Get Serious
By Martin Bright - 14 September 12:55

There are still attempts to suggest that it's business as usual in Westminster. The reality is Gordo

Clegg: My liberal vision
By Nick Clegg - 12 September 13:12

Ahead of his party's annual gathering in Bournemouth, Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg sets out his vision

TUC drained of all life
By Paul Evans - 12 September 10:58

Was the Large Hadron Collider responsible for sucking all life out of the TUC? Or did they do it for

Is the future Conservative?
By Jon Cruddas and Jonathan Rutherford - 11 September 13:40

New Labour has created a more individualised and wealthier society, but not a freer or more equal on

There's always another option
By Lynne Featherstone - 11 September 10:52

Labour supporters don't have to keep playing the "Waiting for Gordon" game argues Lib Dem MP Lynne F

“We are trying to find alternatives”
By Liam Byrne - 11 September 10:52

The immigration minister defends detention for children

Tactical Briefing
By Jesse Armstrong - 11 September 10:52

From: The Unit

To: GB

Subject: The speech of your life

Innocent prisoners
By Gillian Slovo - 11 September 10:52

Only Asylum-seekers' children can be locked up without committing a crime. Gillian Slovo visited two

A lesson from Germany
By Denis MacShane - 11 September 10:52

Across Europe, parties of the left are replacing their leaders in a desperate attempt to regain lost

Trial and terror
By Peter Tatchell - 11 September 10:52

Observations on London

Two diagnoses, one conclusion
By Martin Bright - 11 September 10:52

The unions and the Liberal Democrats agree on one thing: new Labour is at the end of the road

The Brighton soviet
By Kevin Maguire - 11 September 10:52

The workers, disunited, will never be divided

Is Blair a time limited liability?
By Brian Paddick - 10 September 13:48

Ex-top cop Brian Paddick on the suspension of the Met's Tarique Ghaffur and how Commissioner Ian Bla

Real passion at the TUC fringe
By Martin Bright - 09 September 18:10

Martin Bright finds anger and genuine belief but not necessarily the right answers at the Morning St

A way out for Brown?
By Michael Kenny - 09 September 14:11

Is Gordon Brown finished? Well not necessarily so, according to the IPPR's Prof. Michael Kenny. And

Having Gordon for dinner
By Jeremy Dear - 09 September 13:10

The argument against striking is that we will help bring down the Labour government – frankly they d

No dogma like old dogma
By Billy Hayes - 09 September 12:09

They keep on trying to privatise and it's time for the public to prevent asset strippers from acquir

Sleeping
By Victoria Brignell - 08 September 17:19

'I dreamt that I saw Iain Duncan Smith riding on an ostrich through Parliament Square. Make of that

Where the Hard Left and Extreme Right Meet
By Martin Bright - 08 September 16:29

One of the world's most notorious anti-Zionists takes aim at critics of a fellow Holocaust-denier

Weekend Round-Up -- 8 September 2008
By Martin Bright - 08 September 15:19

Following Charles Clarke's intervention in the New Statesman last week, the commentariat turned up t

Charles Clarke, the New Statesman and the future of the Labour Party
By Martin Bright - 05 September 16:08

The former Home Secretary's article in this week's New Statesman whipped up a storm, but what's the

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