George Eaton is political editor of the New Statesman (@georgeeaton)

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The Staggers
25 August 2009
Among the recent Man Booker Prize nominations was Not Untrue and Not Unkind by the Irish journalist Ed O'Loughlin, a...
The Staggers
25 August 2009
Gordon Brown is planning to set out a list of specific spending cuts before the general election in an attempt to...
The Staggers
24 August 2009
Dominic Mohan is reported to be the frontrunner to fill the vacant editor's chair at the Sun in today's Guardian but...
The Staggers
20 August 2009
Thomas Jefferson once declared: "Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without...
Politics
20 August 2009
Daniel Hannan
The Staggers
19 August 2009
In the Daily Telegraph Irwin Stelzer argues that David Cameron's plan to cut ministerial salaries will not lead to a...
The Staggers
14 August 2009
David Clark has a fine piece in today's Guardian rightly arguing that the option of military action against Iran should...
The Staggers
13 August 2009
Hillary Clinton's humourless response to a Congolese student who asked what her husband thought of China's economic...
The Staggers
13 August 2009
Maureen Dowd argues in the New York Times that the Clintons' renewed rivalry and the increasingly visceral attacks on...
The Staggers
07 August 2009
The Independent's Johann Hari explains why state spending should be increased, not cut:The cut-cut-cut chorus appears...
The Staggers
06 August 2009
John Pilger uses our Red Reads feature as a chance to name some of his favourite radical works this week and concludes...
The Staggers
06 August 2009
Salon's Mike Madden explodes five right-wing myths about 'socialised medicine'.Turning America socialist apparently...
The Staggers
05 August 2009
Simon Heffer's assertion in today's Daily Telegraph that the free market will recover once politicians "stop...
The Staggers
04 August 2009
The tale of British success remains a potent one. Britain launched the industrial revolution; emerged victorious from...
The Staggers
03 August 2009
The debate over the possibility of a Mandelson premiership remains little more than a Westminster parlour game but a...

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