The ill-conceived Commission on Integration and Cohesion is a weight around our necks
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
Brown must understand the depth of anger over Iraq. For that reason, we are backing Jon Cruddas for
A British Day would mean an extra day off work, so why should we stop at just one?
When the perks are so attractive, it's no wonder our public servants are tempted by retirement
The New Statesman's political editor finds himself overwhelmed by the New Labour machine
<strong>Courage: Eight Portraits</strong>
Gordon Brown <em>Bloomsbury, 288pp, £16.99</em>
Communism destroyed millions of lives, but its critics are now branded "neocons". Why has the left's
Angela raises a toast to global warming; George raises a toast to himself; Cherie raises a toast to
Druggie Dave's appointment of the shamed Screws of the World editorix Andy Coulson as his £275,000 Ali Campbell triggered guffaws in Westminster.
Could Gordon Brown's eco-town plans combine the worst bits of his bias towards multi-national busine
The 'ever-widening hellhole, from the sound of Bow Bells eastwards, all the way to Essex'
The real reason why Ali C has gone soft on Big Gordie
An expletive would never so much as enter Tony's head as he embarks on a valedictory interview and a
It's a shame the government doesn't trust ordinary people to come up with the right answers
The Inside Track with Adam Boulton, <a href="http://www.newstatesman.com/200706040012">Kevin Maguire
We ask the five leading think tanks of the left to suggest ten-point plans for the Brown premiership
Peter Wilby on telling the truth about grammar schools
Margaret Hodge thinks newcomers to Britain take housing which should go to the indigenous population
Despite the silence from London, Alex Salmond is getting to grips with his fiefdom.
Instead of enforcing the Contempt of Court Act and protecting defendants from trial by headline, min
Tara Hamilton-Miller on Dave's modernising woes
During the 1970s and 1980s nearly 5,000 people were exposed to Hepatitis C. Of these more than 1,200
Andy Coulson’s appointment shocks the blogosphere
We pitch Civitas's David Green against the New Policy Institute's Guy Palmer to discuss just what we
I have yet to find a Conservative MP, London Assembly member, Councillor, or activist who thinks Mr
History isn't necessarily a tale of unremitting progress...