Tim Wigmore is a contributing writer to the New Statesman. He tweets @timwig.

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The Staggers
17 June 2014
Sixty per cent believe think immigration has benefited Britain.
The Staggers
29 May 2014
For the chosen few.
The Staggers
26 May 2014
The Ukip leader will soon have to upset a lot of prominent party personnel.
The Staggers
23 May 2014
Ukip didn't gain any council seats there.
The Staggers
22 May 2014
Stoke-on-Trent report.
Lifestyle
19 December 2013
Some like to imagine that grammar schools are a panacea to Britain’s lack of social mobility. Yet in Kent, which...
The Staggers
22 February 2013
As exotic locations go, a Coventry solicitors’ office does not rank very highly. Yet the motley group who met...
The Staggers
21 February 2013
Anthony Seldon’s column in today’s New Statesman, calling for Ed Balls to resign, has provided plenty for...
Voices
20 February 2013
The formation of the Agang party in South Africa is the latest reflection of the failings of the post-1994 settlement...
Business blog
19 February 2013
In obsessing over the mansion tax we risk ignoring the real issue.
Voices
13 February 2013
Election debates in Kenya may help prevent the horrors of the last election.
The Staggers
12 February 2013
Much has been said about the challenges the Eastleigh by-election will pose for the two parties of government, and it...
Star Spangled Staggers
12 February 2013
It's the oldest electoral trick: if you don't like the result, change the rules. To some Republicans, it is...
Asia
12 February 2013
Diana just wants to play cricket. That may sound simple enough, but, for women in Afghanistan, little is. The fledgling...
Politics
17 January 2013
Trust the numbers.

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