Lap dancing and sexual violence
By Celia Barlow - 02 April 12:26

Lap dancing clubs are being marketed as more socially acceptable but Labour MP Celia Barlow explains

Making the Grade? Not yet...
By Janet Veitch - 01 April 12:06

Janet Veitch says that with a score of 2 out of 10, the Government needs to start taking real action

Vote Cycling on May 1st
By Tom Bogdanowicz - 31 March 11:35

The London mayoral and assembly polls give voters a chance to influence policy in the UK capital. He

Embryology and Catholicism
By Paul Rodgers - 31 March 10:54

Why is it that the Catholic Church is so vehemently opposed to something that has so many possibilit

Arrested in Diego Garcia
By Sean Carey - 28 March 12:52

Sean Carey talks to Pete Bouquet about his arrest for entering the waters around Diego Garcia - the

The truth about Brian Paddick
By Sian Berry - 28 March 10:51

Sian asks just what direction the Lib Dem candidate for mayor, Brian Paddick, thinks he's cantering

Enamoured of Carla Bruni?
By Paul Evans - 28 March 10:04

Sark-astic Britain

Rape should top the agenda
By Clarissa Bottesini - 27 March 17:42

The Fawcett Society keeps the pressure on government and demands the Home Office takes tougher actio

Tactical Briefing
By Jesse Armstrong - 27 March 12:00

From: The Unit

To: GB

Subject: Abolishing the Unit

Who is Boris Johnson?
By Sholto Byrnes - 27 March 12:00

When he announced that his great-great-grandmother was a Circassian slave, was it just another "inve

Rasputin in a tank top
By Kevin Maguire - 27 March 12:00

A fashion faux pas by the No 10 enforcer and a setback for Lord Moneybags's media ambitions

Is Boris faking it?
By Brian Cathcart - 27 March 12:00

A new, serious Boris Johnson is now being offered to the voters of London - thanks to the heavy stag

The end of history
By Martin Bright - 27 March 12:00

The twin anniversaries of 1968 and 2003 remind us that the story of the left is littered with utopia

The hunt for the British Obama
By Sunder Katwala - 27 March 12:00

Will all-minority shortlists produce a generation of British Barack Obamas - or simply ghettoise non

Forced marriages disgrace Islam
By Ziauddin Sardar - 27 March 12:00

The first step to dealing with honour killings in the UK is to criminalise forced marriage.

The most desirable club in the world (if you aren't a member)
By Staff blogger - 27 March 12:00

Nato's long-term viability is in the interests of the UK and other European nations

'We don't do rabies'
By Alyssa McDonald - 27 March 12:00

When Alyssa McDonald was bitten by a stray dog in Romania, she was given excellent anti-rabies treat

Class size isn't everything
By Peter Wilby - 27 March 12:00

Why teachers may be wrong about this class issue

Best for London
By Diane Abbott - 27 March 12:00

Without its current mayor, the capital would be a far less diverse and progressive city

Here comes trouble
By Jean Hannah Edelstein - 27 March 11:29

<strong>Watching the Door</strong>

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When it pays to be crazy
By Martin O'Neill - 25 March 11:37

In the irrational, out-of-control world of the financial markets, acting rationally loses money rath

Now, not later
By Chris Ames - 25 March 10:05

Gordon Brown should announce a credible inquiry into the Iraq war before he is forced into one

Weapons of mass demonstration
By Kate Hudson - 20 March 11:16

It is 50 years since the first Aldermaston march. On Monday protesters will gather once again in opp

We're all doomed?
By Paul Evans - 20 March 10:27

The prospect of economic disaster in the US is keeping bloggers both here and across the pond on the

Vote Berry... and Livingstone!
By Sian Berry - 19 March 14:54

Ken Livingstone may be far from perfect, but Boris Johnson would be a disaster for London

Greater Manchester Police get heavy with New Statesman writer
By Martin Bright - 19 March 13:04

An encounter between a New Statesman journalist and the police

Darling ducked the difficult decisions
By Mark Lynas - 19 March 12:00

The Chancellor can no longer afford to ignore the contribution of international aviation and shippin

The woman who nearly stopped the war
By Martin Bright - 19 March 12:00

Five years ago, Katharine Gun, a translator at GCHQ, learned something so outrageous that she sacrif

A lifeline needs saving
By Ben Davies - 19 March 12:00

When women have been sexually abused, many turn to Rape Crisis centres for support and help. But the

Springtime for Tories
By Tara Hamilton-Miller - 19 March 12:00

There was a bounce in the air at Cameron's weekend conference - both on and offstage