Financial services
01 February 2013
The authorities in the UK are investigating on an allegation related to Barclays investment of loan money received from...
Cultural Capital
31 January 2013
In the Critics section of this week’s New Statesman, poet, novelist and critic Craig Raine visits “Manet:...
International Politics
31 January 2013
Perhaps no global leader inspires greater adulation and loathing than Hugo Chávez. To some, he is the last, best...
International Politics
31 January 2013
In November last year, President Obama said, after a screening of Steven Spielberg’s biopic of Abraham Lincoln:...
Politics
31 January 2013
Shortly after his election as Conservative leader, David Cameron is said to have described himself as “the heir...
Cultural Capital
28 January 2013
The reviews round-up
Cultural Capital
24 January 2013
In the Critics section of this week’s New Statesman, poet Julia Copus writes about the link between physical...
Cultural Capital
23 January 2013
Art Bela Kolarova exhibition, 31 Jan – 7 April, Raven Row, London A retrospective of the work of Czech...
Cultural Capital
22 January 2013
The Pike: Gabriele d’Annunzio, Poet, Seducer and Preacher of War by Lucy Hughes-Hallett This biography of the...
Cultural Capital
17 January 2013
  In the Critics section of this week’s New Statesman, the economic historian and biographer of Keynes,...
Cultural Capital
15 January 2013
The Love Charm of Bombs by Lara Feigel Lara Feigel’s reinvention of biographical writing breathes danger,...
Cultural Capital
15 January 2013
On 23 January, NS culture editor Jonathan Derbyshire will be in conversation with the Scottish novelist James Kelman at...
Cultural Capital
11 January 2013
Exhibition Murder in the Library, The British Library, 96 Euston Road, London NW1, 18 Jan – 12 May  The...
Cultural Capital
10 January 2013
In the Critics section of this week’s New Statesman, Ryan Gilbey reviews Steven Spielberg’s upcoming...
Cultural Capital
07 January 2013
The Tenth of December by George Saunders Acclaimed short-story writer George Saunders darkly satirises modern life...

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