Caroline Crampton is web editor of the New Statesman. Find her on Twitter as @c_crampton

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The Staggers
28 July 2010
Just as the Catholic Church struggles to rehabilitate its image after the worldwide abuse scandal, another embarrassing...
The Staggers
28 July 2010
The Iraq war was "illegal" and the idea that military action merely upheld UN Security Council resolutions...
The Staggers
27 July 2010
Julian Assange gave a rare press conference yesterday, and some intriguing details emerged about the publication of the...
The Staggers
27 July 2010
Wyclef Jean is considering running for president of Haiti in the country's November elections, the Associated Press...
The Staggers
26 July 2010
Ann Widdecombe has turned down the post of UK ambassador to the Vatican because of a detached retina, she told the...
The Staggers
26 July 2010
What now?
The Staggers
26 July 2010
Like Gordon Brown before him, David Miliband had tea with Gillian Duffy this weekend. During the May general election...
The Staggers
23 July 2010
The other oil spill
The Staggers
23 July 2010
Mandelson and Blair
The Staggers
22 July 2010
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) has today ruled that Kosovo's declaration of independence from Serbia in...
The Staggers
22 July 2010
No tea at the Palace
The Staggers
22 July 2010
The BBC is not reflecting gay life in its most popular youth programming, new research conducted by the lesbian, gay...
The Staggers
21 July 2010
The environmental damage of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has been well documented. Every news report on the...
The Staggers
15 July 2010
Ann Widdecombe, who has been strongly tipped to be named the next British ambassador to the Vatican, has signed up to...
Media
14 July 2010
Al Franken was born in New York and raised in the suburbs near Minneapolis. He graduated from Harvard with a degree in...

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