Politics
20 February 2014
A few weeks ago at the British Film Institute’s public archive, I watched a programme by Stuart Hall called It...
Culture
03 March 2011
In the week before Christmas, I had the pleasure of calling the most 21st-century of publishing meetings. With Anthony...
Cultural Capital
26 February 2011
In the week before Christmas, I had the pleasure of calling the most 21st-century of publishing meetings. With Anthony...
Cultural Capital
03 February 2010
 "Hearts starve as well as bodies; give us bread, but give us roses!" So runs the socialist truism taken...
Cultural Capital
27 January 2010
 Mark Watson's most recent New Statesman column describes his angst at how suddenly everyone, everywhere, seems to...
Economics
10 September 2009
Corus job losses
Lifestyle
06 August 2009
"Aaaaare you Braintree in disguise?! Are you Braintree in disguise?" Even in the rarefied world of non-League...
Culture
11 June 2009
Somerset and indie
Culture
26 February 2009
Roots Manuva Koko, London NW1 Asked by the New Statesman last year "Do you love your country?" Roots Manuva replied: "I...
Culture
13 November 2008
The last time I went on a night out in York Way, the industrial thoroughfare near King's Cross, it was to a grime and...
Music and Performance
05 June 2008
It's the night of the middle-aged bassheads, and it threatens to be every bit as distressing as the Sex Pistols'...
UK Politics
24 April 2008
All is not well at the British National Party. As they seek to secure their first London Assembly member on 1 May, they...
Politics
09 January 2008
Dan Hancox and Tom Humberstone are on the road in America blogging the US presidential primaries, with Dan writing the...
International Politics
02 January 2008
Dan Hancox and Tom Humberstone are on the road in America blogging the US presidential primaries, with Dan writing the...
TV and Radio
30 August 2007
In between the BBC's reliable fleet of schooners and commercial radio's glitzy speedboats lurk the pirates. Illegally...

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