Caroline Crampton is assistant editor of the New Statesman.
In his memoir Instrumental, it feels at times as though Rhodes is daring you to dismiss him, to find his story trivial or inferior.
The deputy Labour leadership candidate talks to Caroline Crampton about her pitch to the party, what went wrong at the general election, and why she wants one of the top jobs after 23 years as an MP.
The Wallasey MP has signed up ten colleagues so far.
The production makes it very clear what we are supposed to think, which sadly detracts from the variety and ambiguity the composer worked into his score.
Tim Farron is the most likely candidate.
If you want to stand on the stage on election night wearing a rosette, you'll have to buy it yourself.
Everyone agrees about everything. Almost.
A subversive semi-staging of Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd brings the infamous barber back to London.
Caroline Crampton spends the day with James Rebanks, Twitter’s best-known shepherd and author of The Shepherd’s Life, and learns how he’s updating the centuries-old sheep-farming traditions of the Lake District for the modern day.
When is an orchestra not an orchestra? The way this policy defines it, northern brass bands and Scottish bagpipe groups will be excluded from the tax relief.
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